You are asked where you will be in 5 years time. The interviewer is
mostly interested in your
A. Dedication to
B. Ability to set goals
2. You are asked
to talk about what is more important in your life. Which of
the following would be the best answer?
3. You are asked
to describe what you understand by 'position'. The interviewer
wants to know that you are aware of your position's
4. You are asked
many questions about socially undesirable behaviors such as
"Have you ever
told a lie, even to avoid hurting someone's feelings?"
The interviewer is
trying to identify
B. Flawless employees
C. Employees who have overly optimistic beliefs about
5. You are asked
if you agree with the following statement
"I am interested
in learning ways of handling stress in the workplace"
Which of the
following would be the best answer?
6. You are asked
to talk about your parents. What is the most probable reason
for this question?
A. It is important
that your parents approve of the job.
B. There may be a job opening for the parents
C. A parent's values often reflect those of the
1. A. The
interviewer is looking to assess your commitment to the
company. You have to establish how your long term plans relate
to your job.
2. A. Employers
realize that dedicated employees are a company's greatest
asset and are essential to the success of any enterprise.
4. A. Faking is
often detected through special test scales. These questions
are aimed at behaviors that are very common but undesirable
and it is highly unlikely that someone who denies many of
these behaviors is being truthful. By admitting that you are
capable of socially undesirable behavior you are showing that
you are actually an honest person for answering the question
5. B. The best
answer to give would be 'neutral'. Agreeing with the statement
could show that you have difficulty controlling stress.
Disagreeing with the statement could show that you are not
interested in learning new things.
6. C. A parent's
values often reflect those of the candidate.