the Big banks have used the interview in their challenging and clever questions aimed at finding the best professionals.
These have also become the Goldman Sachs bank. One of the very difficult use job interview questions goes like this:
"If you were shrunk to the pen size and you would have been put in a blender, how would you get out?"
the Good news for such a brain to irritating issues is that they are increasingly falling away from the banks, a consultant to the company from and engineering firm, said Susan Brennan Bentley university.
for Example, Laszlo Bock from Google declared that such a technique is a waste of time.
Bock's worth of proven interviews, where the candidate is asked to describe past behavior in certain situations and on the basis of which his suitability to be assessed.
Brennan recalls that in any case the graduate should be prepared for the different interview techniques to the mix.
according to Him, the major banks sometimes make these seemingly stupid, inappropriate or completely unnecessary questions, because your answers can demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills and the ability to enjoy the process.
Interviewers are simply less interested in what you answer than about how to approach the issue, Brennan said.
Brennan says the top firms you ask ask me still sometimes in such issues.
in a Highly competitive environment these questions of the nature and spontaneity of separating the top posers, Brennan said.
They may reveal the candidate's intellectual prowess and they can give the interviewer the frame further questions, which really trace analytical abilities.
Interviewers want to see whether your answer to unique and päättelysi sensible, think before you speak. They want to know, are you managing the balance of confidence and humility, as well as between it, the show will enjoy the process as a whole.
"If you want to nail the interview and get the offer, never underestimate the issue of the issue of the back", Brennan said.
If you don't enjoy the situation, the next candidate might enjoy.
Author Vicky Oliver to remind, that the question behind might be educational.
"If you feel yourself kutistuneeksi and you are told to blend in, it is important to find a way to differentiate."
Possible answers for the Business Insider went through the suggestions on Glassdoor and found a few creative approaches.
"I Wrote 'help me' on the edge of the container, I would sit down and wait like a waiter."
"I just I'd wipe the blender out."
"If I have pen size, I can easily cling to the edge of the container or stick to the blade above. I would expect only that the opening is open and would I sneak it out."
"I Was worried about who shrunk me and why they wanted to confuse me."
How would you answer?
Source: Business Insider
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