First move: Tighten your mouth and think twice before answering.
One of the basic strategies often used by examiners at the interview site is to try to get the examinee to speak as much as possible, in order to understand more about the situation that the examinee did not reflect in the written materials. During a job interview, when the examiner asked "what are your shortcomings", he answered according to the prepared answer. But when he saw that the examiner didn't squeak, he thought he didn't answer well, and he was afraid of the cold, so he talked about another shortcoming. But the examiner has been listening quietly or not speaking. In this way, job applicants have spoken a lot one after another, and they have not considered it in advance. As the saying goes, "If you talk too much, you will lose it." It is unwise to respond in this way, and the result is often the test taker himself.
You must pay close attention to your mouth during the interview. If you think you have finished the answer, don't talk again. It is better not to try to use a multi-speaking strategy for self-promotion to let the recruiters know more about themselves in a short period of time. In fact, this method is not desirable for most people. What should be talked about, never talk about more, and don't take the initiative to take the initiative, so as not to add a snake and make no mistakes.
The second trick: leave room for advance and retreat, random and adaptable.
In the interview, for those questions that need to be elaborated from several aspects, or "trap" style, candidates should pay attention to the use of flexible language skills, do not say the words from the beginning. Otherwise, it is easy to put yourself in an awkward position or fall into a trap.
When the examiner asks questions such as "..., how many points do you think should be grasped?", Your response should start with: "I think this question should grasp the following 'several points.' "Several" instead of the specific number "three", "four" or "five" to answer, leaving yourself a space for flexible play, you can answer while thinking and enrich. Conversely, if the words are dead, once a jam occurs, they will be flustered and nervous, and the questions that can be answered completely will not be answered.
When the examiner asks some inductive questions such as "It is said that you are very researched on the '××' question, you may wish to talk about your views", your response must be particularly careful. Because when the examiner asks a question, he defines you in a specific background. In fact, it is a "trap" set to understand you in depth. Even if you really study the '××' problem, don't take it for granted, otherwise you will face more difficult tracking problems. You might as well answer: "It's not very researchable, but I know a little bit about it, and we can discuss it together." This is on the surface humility to the examiner, but the essence is to leave yourself a room for maneuver so that he can respond to changes.
The third trick: stabilize your emotions, calm and rational.
Sometimes during the interview, the examiner will ask a question unexpectedly by the examiner in order to try the respondent's ability and ability to do things. At this time, what you need is to stabilize your emotions.
A foreign trade import and export company recruited a secretary at a talent exchange meeting. A lady passed the level. All conditions met the requirements of the recruiting unit. When the recruiting unit wanted to hire her, an examiner had a clever move and raised another question. : "Miss, if the guests you receive ask you to dance with him, you do n’t want to dance, but you do n’t want to dance, but you ca n’t do it. What would you do?" I did n’t expect that the examiner ’s voice had just fallen, then the lady rose immediately With a face, he said angrily to the recruiter: "What kind of ghost unit are you, set up a showgirl here!" After speaking, even the job application materials were not retrieved, they went out angrily.
In fact, that company is a very decent and prestigious company. The question raised by the examiner can be said to be a problem often encountered in work. There is nothing unhealthy or difficult to answer. If it's you, you might as well answer: "Our company is a regular business, and I don't think we will meet people who are not indifferent, and dancing is not a bad thing under normal circumstances."
The fourth trick: to answer without comment, ambiguous.
In the test room, the examiner often sets some questions that are not pleasing to you whether you give a positive answer or a negative answer. For example, the examiner asks: "I am afraid that you can find a better unit than our company at your current level?" If your answer is yes, it means that you are proud and proud, or "being in Cao Ying's heart Han "; if your answer is negative, it means that your ability is questionable, or you are not confident enough; if you answer" I don't know "or" I don't know ", you may refuse to answer. What a dilemma!
Don't worry, when you encounter such a question that is not ideal, you should be good at answering with vague language. You can start with "can't generalize" first, and then explain your point of view from both sides. May wish to answer this question: "Maybe I can find a better company than your company, but other companies may not pay as much attention to your talents as your company, and may not have as many opportunities as your company. I think that cherishing what is already is the most realistic". Answering this way will not only put yourself in a favorable position, but also allow the examiner to appreciate your cleverness and "very good".
Fifth trick: Round up your own words, drip without leaking.
In interviews, sometimes the questions asked by the examiner do not necessarily require standard answers, but only require the interviewer to answer them in a straightforward manner. This requires candidates to think as carefully as possible before answering the questions, so as not to make themselves passive. A shopping manager of a shopping mall participated in an interview. When the examiner asked, "Please give an example to explain your work specifications and procedures," he responded, "This may involve our trade secrets." The examiner said: "So good Please tell me what is not a trade secret. "In this way, the problem is more difficult. He first scores which are trade secrets, and those that are not. Once they say that they are missing, it will be more obvious. Not professional enough. It cannot be justified, it is likely to be forced into a "dead end."
There are two typical exam questions, which appear most frequently on the interview floor. The first is "What is your greatest strength?" The second is "What is your greatest weakness?" These two questions seem simple, but they are difficult to answer well. Because the examiner will then ask: "How do these advantages help us in our work?" "How will these shortcomings affect our work?" After that, you can go deeper and "take the chase" and take the exam It is easy for people to fall into the embarrassing situation that they cannot "justify themselves." To some extent, the interview is a kind of fighting wit. You must be able to speak well before you can leak water.
Sixth trick: thinking eclecticly, "wry" and "right".
During the interview, if the examiner asks questions that are too simplistic similar to games or jokes, you should turn your head around and think about whether the examiner has indicated otherwise and whether you are examining your IQ, EQ, or lQ; if Yes, then you have to break away from the constraints of conventional thinking and use an unconventional or divergent thinking method to answer questions. You must not answer mechanically and mechanically, in order to receive the magical effect of "cracking right".
When a young woman with a low degree of education came to a large company to apply for a managerial staff, an examiner suddenly asked: "Excuse me, how much is one plus one?" The young woman first froze, after a little thought, she asked unexpectedly. Examiner: "Excuse me, what kind of one plus one are you talking about? If it is team spirit, then one plus one is greater than two; if it is a single shot, then one plus one is less than two. So, how much is one plus one? 'It depends on how much you want.' As the young woman adopted an unconventional coping style, she stood out among many candidates.
Seventh trick: calm down your mood, euphemistic and alert.
In the test room, the examiner often asks some challenging questions about the weak points of the job applicant. For example, a young job seeker would ask: "From your age, we think you are too young to be a manager. What do you think?" Older job seekers ask again: "We think you I ’m a little older. I ’m afraid that I ’m not as good as young people in energy. What do you think? ”Wait, if you answer such questions,“ No ”,“ No ”,“ Not necessarily ”,“ I do n’t think so "," This is not the case at all ", and so on, although they can express their ideas, but because the tone is too rigid, negating too directly will often cause discomfort to the examiner. A better answer should be "This statement may not be all right", "This view is worth exploring", "This view is debatable", "This statement has some truth, but I am afraid I cannot fully accept it", and many more. In short, in the face of such challenging questions, you must be calm and refuting and appealing with a gentle euphemism. You must not be emotionally agitated, let alone be anxious, so as not to cause the examiner's resentment and lead to the failure of the exam.
The eighth trick: let the wings of imagination fly, there is something to say.
Occasionally, some weird hypothetical questions will appear during the interview. Such questions are generally uncertain and random. This also allows candidates to use their imagination and creative thinking areas when answering. You only need to By making full use of your accumulated knowledge and boldly using "hypothesis" versus "hypothesis", you will be able to win the initiative and win.
A Chinese lady went to an American company to take an exam. Among the strange questions of "Microsoft", she encountered a strange question: "How do you weigh the weight of an airplane without a balance?" This It's a hypothetical question, and it's weird and weird. You see, this lady of Chinese descent comes with a "tooth for a tooth", and also responds with a hypothetical method. "It depends on whether you use Chinese or American methods. If you are a Chinese, he will be called from the ancient" Cao Chong " 'If you are an American, he or he may be more realistic—remove the parts and weigh them separately, you can also be romantic, and it is not impossible to invent a large-scale crane scale. ”This is quite imaginative and The examiner's creative response surprised the examiner, so she passed the interview.
Ninth trick: Keep your own personality, subtle and generous.
When applying for special positions such as Miss Public Relations, Secretary, Actor, etc., some female candidates often encounter more sensitive questions raised by the examiner. Generally speaking, candidates can answer in a vague, ambiguous and generous way. . Because in this case, the examiner's intention is mainly to test your resilience or IQ, so vagueness and obscurity are not only harmless, but sometimes they can also prove the intelligence and resilience of the candidate.
A young girl went to a film and television company to take the test, and the examiner asked such an incredible question: "If you are hired, and you encounter such a script, which contains a nude scene, what should you do-whether to answer or not answer? Faced with this difficult question, the girl blushed and immediately replied: "It depends on what kind of situation. If it has little to do with the plot, just to attract the audience and please the audience, I will not take the initiative Pick it up. Of course, if it is really because of the plot, I think I will also ask the director to deal with it in other ways-for example, the dimness of the picture, the adjustment of the lens, etc. "This is neither certain nor The negative response seemed ambiguous, but while defending his personality, he skillfully avoided the essence of the problem. No wonder, the examiners were impressed by her cleverness, making it smoothly towards the silver screen.
The tenth trick: Facing "difficult" and "competitive", tit-for-tat.
In the test room, if the examiner is "difficult", good at "competition" is also a "killer." A Chinese girl went to Oxford University for an interview, and she had a dispute with the host for an experimental project. The host was a little bit angry: "Do you think this will convince me? No, no!" The Chinese girl who took the test calmly said, "Of course not necessarily, because when I was not born, you were a psychological doctor-but, If no one is doing this experiment, then no one will ever know who is right or wrong with you. "The host still insisted:" Only your experimental scheme? It has more than ten mistakes! "Chinese girls Said: "That only shows that it is still immature; it is for this reason that I have come to worship you." The host froze and said, "Do you think I will guide someone who opposes me?" Chinese The girl laughed: "I chose this subject because you raised such a question in your monograph:" The purpose of behavioral therapy is to give the suffering torment a right to a normal person's life-honestly , I don't necessarily agree with other words in your book, but this sentence has become my motivation to come to study. After "a bit of a" tit-for-tat "competition", the host had to look at the oriental woman, and he accepted the Chinese girl with boldness and personality. Obviously, the "killer" here is definitely the candidate "The contest" cleverly quoted the host's monograph.