1. Who is fresh graduate?

A fresh graduate is a person that has just recently graduated. They usually have little to no skill sets, making them ideal for apprenticeships, entry-level positions, and internships.

2. Tell me what qualities you feel that a successful manager should must have?

The key quality in a successful manager should be leadership-the ability to be the visionary for the people who are working under them. The person who can set the course and direction for subordinates, keeping them focused on what is most important for delivering the highest priority results. The highest calling of a true leader is inspiring others to reach the highest of their abilities. I'd like to tell you about a person whom I consider to be a true leader.

3. Suppose if you had to live your life over again, what one thing would you like to change?

Although I'm overall very happy with where I'm at in my life, the one aspect I likely would have changed would be focusing earlier on my chosen career. I had a great internship this past year and look forward to more experience in the field. I simply wish I would have focused here earlier. For example, I learned on my recent internship.

4. What is your greatest weakness?

You should select a weakness that you have been actively working to overcome.
For example: I have had trouble in the past with planning and prioritization. However, I'm now taking steps to correct this. I just started using a pocket planner. then show them your planner and how you are using it.

5. Are you a team player?

Yes, I'm very much a team player. In fact, I've had opportunities in my work, school and athletics to develop my skills as a team player.

6. How your education prepared you for your career?

My education has focused on not only the learning the fundamentals, but also on the practical application of the information learned within those classes. For example, I played a lead role in a class project where we gathered and analyzed best practice data from this industry. Let me tell you more about the results.

7. What is your ideal manager?

you could say that you'd love to work with a manager who is upfront and honest when pointing out mistakes and achievements. Apart from that, you could also say that you want an organization that tells you exactly what you have to do to get a promotion or salary raise.

8. Tell me what types of classes did you take?

You should only supply answers that reflect well on your candidacy for the position. Whether or not you took English literature is uninteresting to the company (unless the company works with literature). Instead, use examples from your most advanced classes and utilize their full names, Some of the classes I completed include Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations, Accounting and Financial Management Decisions, and graduate level classes including Intensive Analysis of Accounting Principles and Practices.

9. What are your academic achievements?

Here is another interview question that may seem to graduates straight forward, but actually requires a careful answer and is prone to mistakes. Often graduates will discuss smaller items like being elected president of the tennis club. But the company does not care about the tennis club. Instead, spin what you say to be more generic and impressive, "I was an officer of several clubs and honor societies, as well as on the Annual Deans List all 4 years at the University. I also worked in several research labs and am an author of two research papers, one of which I have brought with me today.

10. Why you choose this job?

Graduates are often asked this question when seeking entry level positions at jobs that are unrelated to their major. You should answer this question as though it was your plan all along, "I studied Psychology because I was passionate about the topic, but working in web design has always been my career choice. Indeed, though psychology may not relate directly to computer programming, it does relate to working within the corporate world, and it will allow me to recognize, understand, and adapt to human behaviors. I am confident that my degree will prove invaluable to working within the IT department in your company.

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