Common Questions asked during Technical Interviews –

Common Questions asked during Technical Interviews –


Common Questions asked during Technical Interviews

1) Mention why are you interested in this Job?

  • Clearly, explain your reasons for applying to a particular job profile
  • Show them that you are interested and ready to invest your time into such an opportunity
  • Explain about your expectations and goals.
  • Explain how your qualifications are in-line with those required for the position
  • Be specific why you chose particular company when applying.

2) Mention how you could impress your supervisor or present your pro-activeness during the job?

To impress your supervisor

  • Keep communication open with your supervisor to determine how you can pitch in
  • And learn to set your own internal goals of what you’d like to achieve even if your supervisor doesn’t

3) Mention how you could add value to your company

You could add value to your company by following ways,

  • Listen and learn from the other employees
  • Ask for help or permission before taking initiative in company
  • Be more helpful to other employees rather creating too much work for them
  • Do not disclose company’s confidential matter to anyone

4) Explain how can you make most of your Job?

To make most of your job, follow the below steps

  1. Network as much as possible
  2. Take on challenging projects with eagerness to learn
  3. Start building a portfolio of the work you’re doing, so you have it for reference when you’re done
  4. Ask for suggestions and get feedback on your performance. It helps to keep you on track with current and future assignments
  5. Note down key learning during internship like What technical and computer skills are you using? What tangible results have you achieved? What types of analysis are you doing?
  6. Ask a recommendation letter from supervisor at the end of your Internship

5) Mention what are the challenges faced by an employee?

Challenges faced are,

  • You are given more busy work than real work than you anticipated
  • You’re overwhelmed with work and might not have adequate training
  • Afraid to ask questions or give suggestions
  • A lifestyle that you are not used to
  • Not receiving feedback from your supervisor