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The Interview Quotient is an initiative to enhance the interview giving skills of an individual. We focus on bringing out the hidden potential of an aspiring professional by imparting sector specific knowledge and skills so that the person is fully equipped to secure his or her dream job.

We work with all potential interview givers to boost their knowledge and ability in tackling professional interviews. Students, graduates and post graduates from diverse fields including law, MBA, engineering and banking can benefit from our expert strategies that are designed with the paramount aim of improved presentation at an interview.

Final tips for an interview

  • Stay calm and be positive.
  • Present your best self in front of the interview panel
  • Maintain eye contact with the members of the interview panel.
  • Speak clearly and confidently
  • Communicate your value
  • Demonstrate interest and enthusiasm for the company and its work.

General mistakes during an interview

  • A badly crafted CV/ Resume
  • Lack of proper knowledge about the contents mentioned in one's own resume.
  • Not knocking the door, greeting the members and seeking their permission before sitting are bad interview etiquettes.
  • Answering questions using informal language or slang.
  • Using too many hand gestures while answering questions.
  • Bluffing while answering a question.
  • Giving contradictory answers, which reveals a confused personality.

General Questions asked in an interview

  • Common Introductory – For example: Tell me about yourself?
  • Behavior-Based - For example: Tell me a time when you faced an interpersonal difficulty and how you handled it?
  • Situational – For example: You are the team leader on a project and two of the team members are not contributing effectively to the project. How will you handle this situation?
  • Unexpected : For example: Which is the last book you read and what did you learn from it?
  • Negative Logic: For example: Tell me about a weakness that you have?
  • Technical and/or case study: Generally basic questions related to your subject area of interest.
  • Miscellaneous questions: When do you plan to get married? How you propose to maintain a work life balance after your marriage?

Advantages of mock interviews by experts

  • Get a real time experience of the interview situation before the actual interview.
  • Getting interviewed by experts who will prepare you for the probable questions.
  • Get a detailed feedback, verbal as well as written clearly highlighting your weak areas.
  • Get to know about the do's and don'ts in an interview.
  • Prepare for all types of questions, such as, common introductory questions, behavior based questions, technical questions etc.
  • Boost your confidence and reduces stress and anxiety about the interview.