Personality Test

Personality Test

Personality Test
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Q.1
If your best friend was sitting here, what would they say is the best part about being your friend?
Answer : Option A
Explaination / Solution:

The purpose of this question is to bring out a sense of honesty and candor in a candidate. "Learning about what makes an applicant a good friend allows employers to get a better feel for whether or not they would fit in with the company culture," Fleischman says.

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Q.2
If you could change one thing about the way you approach challenges, what would it be?
Answer : Option A
Explaination / Solution:

This question, which puts candidates on the spot, allows hiring managers to evaluate a candidate's self-awareness and ability to admit there are some aspects of their professional life they would like to improve, Fleischman explains. "Since humility is an important quality to many employers, a response to this question is something they listen closely to."

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Q.3
If you were an animal, what would you be and why?
Answer : Option A
Explaination / Solution:

This inquiry is a favorite amongst hiring managers because it allows them to not only evaluate how quickly someone can think on their feet, but it also requires candidates to exercise some degree of creativity in a relatively short amount of time, he says. These are two skills that can be applicable to solving almost any business challenge.

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Q.4
What has the most satisfying moment in your life been?
Answer : Option A
Explaination / Solution:

When employers ask this question, they are looking to see what motivates a candidate and whether or not their values fit into the company culture, Fleischman says.

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Q.5
How would your last supervisor describe you in three words?
Answer : Option A
Explaination / Solution:

"This inquiry gives the employer a glimpse into how others view a candidate's professional value," he explains. Since this question is specific in the fact that it asks about the applicant's last role, the answer will help employers see if these traits are applicable to their organization.

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Q.6
What drives you in your professional life?
Answer : Option A
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Employers ask this question to gain insight into what motivates a candidate both in their career and as a potential employee. "As cultural fit becomes more important to employers and their business as a whole, many look for candidates whose goals align with theirs, and asking this question allows them to assess what exactly a candidate's goals are," Fleischman says.

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Q.7
What drives you in your personal life?
Answer : Option A
Explaination / Solution:

Similarly, this question aims to delve into a candidate's personality and better assess their cultural fit. "By developing a better understanding of a job seeker's non-work life, and by learning about what drives them personally, an employer can get a better grasp of the type of personality they'd be bringing to the company," he says. In addition, painting a picture of a candidate's personal goals can help an employer better understand how motivated they are in general.

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Q.8
What types of hobbies do you enjoy outside of work?
Answer : Option A
Explaination / Solution:

Just like learning about what drives someone in their personal life, discovering how someone spends their time outside of work and what specific activities they enjoy and invest in can give an interesting look into their personality, Fleischman explains. In addition, hobbies can translate into specific soft and hard skills that can be applicable to many jobs, and employers are often interested in learning what a candidate has to offer outside their resume's "skills" section.

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Q.9
Can you take me through a scenario at work that was particularly stressful for you, and how you handled it?
Answer : Option A
Explaination / Solution:

This question shows not only the candidate's ability to think on their feet, but also their ability to be diplomatic, he says. For example, if the stressful situation was due to someone else's errors, was the candidate able to speak about it in a professional, tactful way? On the other hand, if the stressful situation was due to their own error, it shows a great deal about a candidate if they can take responsibility for it in their explanation.

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Q.10
If you could meet a celebrity, who would it be and why ?
Answer : Option A
Explaination / Solution:

Many people admire certain celebrities and public figures. Learning about who a candidate would be most excited to meet offers another interesting viewpoint into their personality and their values - two important factors of cultural fit.

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