Examination content: Examine the job seeker's understanding of himself. Ideas: The content of the introduction should be consistent with the personal resume; the presentation should be as oral as possible; the key points should not be irrelevant and useless; the method should be clear and hierarchical;
2. Talk about the family situation
Examination content: Understand the education of the candidate and future attitudes towards work and life.
Ideas: simply list the family population; emphasize a warm and harmonious family atmosphere, the importance that parents attach to their education, the good condition of family members and their support for their work, and their sense of responsibility to the family.
3. What hobbies are there?
Examination content: Hobby can reflect the personality, ideas and mentality of the applicant to a certain extent. Idea: It is best not to say that you have no hobbies; not to say those vulgar and unpleasant hobbies; it is best not to say that hobbies are limited to reading, listening to music, and surfing the Internet, otherwise the interviewer may suspect that the candidate is withdrawn. It's good to have some outdoor hobbies to "garnish" the image.
4. Who worships most
Examination content: the future development direction of the candidate. Train of thought: It is not advisable to say that no one worships or admires itself, nor admires a person who is illusory or unknown; it is advisable not to admire someone who has a clearly negative image; the admired person should be able to match the job he is applying for Relationship; it ’s best to say what qualities, thoughts, and inspirations of the person you adore.
5. Favorite and least favorite college courses
Examination content: candidates' knowledge structure and personality preferences. Idea: Generally speaking, we should seek truth from facts.
6, talk about disadvantages
Examination content: Candidates' integrity and self-confidence: It is not appropriate to say that they have no shortcomings; it is not appropriate to describe those obvious advantages as disadvantages; it is not appropriate to say uncomfortable and uncomfortable disadvantages.
7.Why choose our company
Examination content: candidates' motivations, desires and attitudes towards the job. Idea: It is better to answer from three perspectives: industry, enterprise and position. For example, "I am very optimistic about your company's industry. I think your company attaches great importance to talents, and this job is suitable for me. I believe I can do well."
8. If you are hired, how will you work.
Examination content: The basic ability of the candidate to handle things. Idea: If you do n’t know enough about the position, it ’s best not to directly tell the specific way you work; you can try to use roundabout tactics to answer, such as “First listen to the instructions and requirements of the leader, then understand and become familiar with the situation, then Develop a short-term work plan and submit it to the leadership for approval, and finally work according to the plan. "
9.Why should we hire you
Examination content: candidates' understanding of individuals and units. Idea: It is best to answer from the perspective of the employer. Recruitment units generally recruit candidates who are basically qualified, interested in the job, and have sufficient confidence.
10. As a fresh graduate, lack of experience, how to be competent for this job.
Examination content: Recruitment units do not really care about "experience", the key depends on how the candidate answers. Idea: The answer is best to reflect the sincerity, resourcefulness, determination and dedication of the candidate.