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How to answer tell you about your ability to work under pressure on a interview?


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2012-11-05 19:12:22
2012-11-05 19:12:22

Well, make an example on being under pressure. An employer will want to know that you can work effectively in a fast changing environment and that you are prepared to go the extra mile when required. To illustrate your ability to work well under pressure, let us first break down the process into its component parts: Planning, Strategic thinking, Calm head, and remember, when asked this question in interview, remember that the employer is looking to uncover your skills in a diverse range of fields including problem solving, decision making, organizational skills, time management and your ability to work under stress. As always, have a carefully chosen example to highlight your adeptness at working in such an environment, being sure to convey your ability to work calmly and efficiently while achieving results

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You might want to re-think this job if you don't know how you react at work under pressure. The point behind the interview is to see if you can think for yourself and how you percieve yourself in certain situations, as well as knowledge and your ABILITY to do the job. If you arent capable of answering the question, maybe you should continue the job hunt.

Employers like employees to be able to work under pressure. When you can work under pressure, it shows that you are a good worker.

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Behavioral based interview questions will be more pointed, probing, and specific than traditional interview questions. Some examples of behavioral interview questions would be: How do you handle a challenge?,How have you handled a difficult situation?, and Tell me how you work effectively under pressure.

During an interview, someone asks you questions and you answer them to the best of your ability.

Tell me about your self in an interview?

I can tell you that high blood pressure, if it is not brought under control, can cause the kidneys to fail completely.

The best interview answer when somebody asks you to tell them about yourself is to express your interests and what qualities you have.

A behavioral interview focuses on asking questions about past experience and how the candidate acted where as a situational interview focuses on potential future events and how the candidate would intend to react. E.g. Behavioural - tell me about a time when you were under pressure to acheive and how you handled this pressure Situational - imagine you need to submit a report to a deadline, however your computer breaks down and you loose your saved report. How do you resolve this?

Arterial blood is under force and "pumps" with the heartbeat. Venous blood is not under that same pressure.

An interview is oral and a intext citation is written so you can't do a citation in an interview. You CAN quote someone in an interview and tell where it came from but that is the extent of what you can do.

Tell Him a bit about you personally, name, tell him why your there.Then tell him your professions, what you excel at, etc.

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you can try to tell by gripping it, if it is firm then it is fully inflated. if it is kind of squishy, then it is under inflated. With a pressure gauge.

You can not tell just by looking. You won't know this till it's on and under pressure.

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