Second interview questions and answers

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Congratulations, you have passed your first interview and are ready to move on to the
next step, the second interview. This interview is generally more in-depth than the first
and brings you one step closer to getting hired. In order for the interview to go smoothly
you need to be prepared to answer any questions that be asked in the interview process.

The second interview questions are often similar to the initial interview questions.
Because of this try to remember the questions you may have had difficulty answering
during the first interview and practice new and improved answers. However, often the
second interview questions are new and more difficult to answer than the first because the
interviewers are really trying to get a good idea of who they are hiring and therefore may
ask harder questions. Some of the possible types of questions you may be asked to
answer are as follows:

o Open Questions. This type of question deals with your strength and personality by
asking you to contribute a long answer. They usually begin with the interviewer asking
you to tell them about a particular time in your educational or employment history. These
questions are best answered by highlighting your strength and skills and remember that it
is not wise to answer the question by stating your weaknesses and limitation.

o Closed Questions. Closed questions are generally answerable with a simple yes or no.
However, in some instances, interviewers will ask for specific and factual information
when you answer the question.

o Behavioral Questions. These questions try to forecast your future behavior based from
your past experience. When answering this type of question, state your past experience
by focusing on how you have developed your skills.

o Hypothetical Questions. Typically, this kind of question is one that forces you to think
deeply. Generally, it is asked in a form of a "what if" question. The purpose of this type
of questions is to assess your capability to think immediately, and provide a thoughtful
answer.

In general these questions are usually more focused on your personality and technical
skills so be sure to respond to the questions consistently. In addition, try to tailor your
answer in such a way that the interviewer will like the way you answer the question.
Your first interview was a success, that's why you got the second interview so study hard
and be prepared to ace it with these great tips.


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