What are the 10 most common interview questions and answers in Philippines?

Our list of common interview questions and answers

  • Tell me about yourself.
  • Why do you want to work here?
  • What are your strengths?
  • What are your weaknesses?
  • What have been your achievements?
  • What did you like or dislike about your last job?
  • What are your future goals?
  • What do you think we should do differently?

How can I pass interview in Philippines?

Here are 15 tips to have a successful interview in the Philippines.

  1. Do a research about the company.
  2. Review common interview questions.
  3. Wear your best formal outfit.
  4. Arrive early.
  5. Be courteous.
  6. Make a good impression.
  7. Remember your body language.
  8. Don’t be cocky.

Can you speak Tagalog in job interview?

In job interviews, English is the preferred language so those who grew up speaking Tagalog or any Filipino language will have to adjust. As such, it goes without saying, you do have to watch your tongue. Truth be told, something about speaking Taglish became taboo in professional settings.

What makes you a good fit for this job?

‘Why are you a good fit for this position?’ The skills and qualifications I possess are a great match for the requirements for this position. In particular, my communication and leadership skills make me a great candidate for the job. I am committed to learning any new skills on my own to succeed in this role.

How many phone interviews do you need for a job?

Some employers only require one phone interview, but others might request two or three with different members of their staff, including the hiring manager, before they ask you for an in-person interview.

What are some common interview questions to expect?

While every interviewer is different and their questions may vary depending on the job and industry, there are a few common questions you can expect and prepare for such as, “Tell me about yourself.”

What questions should I ask myself when applying for a job?

Consider asking yourself these questions to prepare your answer: 1 What did a great day at work look like in your previous role and why? 2 What made you choose your profession or field? 3 What prompted you to apply for the role when you read the job description?