templates. Tuesday , May 09th , 2017 - 13:02:17 PM
So your job application for the post of administrative assistant has been fruitful enough to get you an interview call from your future employer. Well, at the outset, I'll congratulate you for that. Certainly your interview would be your first and probably your last chance to prove yourself as the 'right choice' for the post. However, how prepared are you for the interview? Have your groomed yourself perfectly according to the requirements of the job? And most importantly, do you know what are the possible interview questions? Well, if you are an experienced person having worked for a considerable amount of time, you certainly will be all set for the interview. But if you are a fresher and do not have an idea of the questions that may be asked, here are some of them compiled for you.
This is one of the most important parts of your resume. Here you have to focus on your qualities, abilities, achievements, and skills that would prove beneficial for the job you are applying. Do not make a mistake of listing your abilities and qualities; instead, write them in a sentence form that does not extend more than 2 - 3 lines.
Let the answer be true but play down the details. If you are still working and looking out for a new job you can say you are looking out for better opportunities. Avoid badmouthing your company if your previous job was a painful experience for you. This just makes you look disloyal. This question is an insight for the employer into your previous work experience.
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