Interests Interview Preparation Guide
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Interests Frequently Asked Questions in various Interests Interviews asked by the interviewer. So learn Interests with the help of this Interests Interview questions and answers guide and feel free to comment as your suggestions, questions and answers on any Interests Interview Question or answer by the comment feature available on the page.

27 Interests Questions and Answers:

1 :: Tell me have you taken a management development course?

Explain if you have taken any management development courses
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2 :: How are you helping your subordinates develop themselves?

Explain your experience
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3 :: Explain What kind of books & other publications do you read?

Word power made easy..norwan is the auther
and chetan bagat's five point someone.
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4 :: Explain Why you choose teaching as a profession?

I have chosen teaching as a profession because it lets helps be getting better command over the subject. Also, in free time, I can read other indepth about the subject, which enriches my knowledge and provides me something to offer to my students beyond the textbook answers.
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5 :: Explain How do we keep track of things we need to do?

You are on your own. Most answers will work, except saying that you just remember everything
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7 :: What has been the most important person or event in your own self development?

swami vivakanadha.because his books are inspiring me very much for my self development. he is the role model for youth.
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8 :: How to knowing about your interests?

This is the foremost thing to do before heading for an interview. Perhaps, all you need to do is to introspect and see what all things really interest you. Is the thing that you do interests you or it's the add-ons that come along, that attract you? It is your interests that provide deep insight into your psyche, to the interviewer.
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9 :: What are the relevance of interests?

The second most important thing is the RELEVANCE of your interests/hobies for the job under consideration. Playing baseball might interest you but it may not hold any relevance to a Research and Development job. The point I am trying to make is, you need to PICK and SHOWCASE only those interests of yours that you thing would fit-in in the job.
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10 :: What are your interests?

I like to baseball or any other game that involves teams and thus, I can surely say I am a team player who is driven by targets. Further, I am pretty aggressive in achieving results, in a team.
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