What questions do you get asked in a telephone interview?
Here are the most common telephone interview questions and answers:
- What Are Your Strengths?
- What Is Your Greatest Weakness?
- Why Should We Hire You?
- Why Did You Leave Your Last Job?
- Tell Me About Yourself.
- Why Do You Want to Work Here?
- Describe Your Current Job Responsibilities.
- What is Your Management Style?
Why would you want to work for BT?
Why do you want to work for BT? “Being an organisation that has a hugely impressive past and also one that is always looking to improve and develop, I feel the skills and experience I possess are a great match for BT.
What should I expect in a telephone interview?
Your telephone interview begins from the moment you answer the telephone and ends only when the conversation, questions and your goodbyes have been completed. Even your opening “good afternoon” or “good morning” message should be outgoing, engaging and enthusiastic.
Are there any interview questions that are easy to answer?
OK, so some interview questions are easier to answer than others. But whilst you can’t predict exactly what you’ll be asked, any question has the potential to make you stumble – unless, of course, you’ve prepared in advance. To help give you an idea of what could come up, here’s our list of common interview questions, and how to answer them:
Is the phone interview the same as an in person interview?
Phone interviews are conducted just like in-person interviews. They are used by hiring managers and recruiters as a tool for screening candidates for employment. That said, phone interviews come with their own special challenges. For one thing, a phone interview is likely the first time you’ll speak with a representative from the employer.
How long is a graduate level telephone interview?
Graduate-level telephone interviews are usually short – most last fewer than 30 minutes – and typically comprise a mix of competency-based questions and questions about your CV, work experience and education.