How would you describe your skills interview?
The top ten skills graduate recruiters want
- Commercial awareness (or business acumen) This is about knowing how a business or industry works and what makes a company tick.
- Problem solving.
- Perseverance and motivation.
- Ability to work under pressure.
What are your strengths best answer?
“I think one of my greatest strengths is as a problem solver. I have the ability to see a situation from different perspectives and I can get my work done even in the face of difficult obstacles. I also feel that my communication skills are top-notch.
How do you rate your writing skills?
Determine your assessment criteria.
- The use of proper writing conventions, such as good spelling, grammar, syntax, capitalization, and punctuation.
- The writer’s mastery of written vocabulary.
- The clarity and fluency with which the writer presents their arguments.
- The use of clear and logical structure within the text.
What are some paragraph starters?
Paragraph Starters for Informational Essays
- This essay will explore/examine/discuss….
- In this essay, I will analyze….
- Experts agree that….
- There are many ways to….
- Have you ever….
- Would you believe that….
- It’s an accepted fact that….
- It’s may be difficult to believe that….
What are weaknesses examples?
Here are a few examples of the best weaknesses to mention in an interview:
- I focus too much on the details.
- I have a hard time letting go of a project.
- I have trouble saying “no.”
- I get impatient when projects run beyond the deadline.
- I sometimes lack confidence.
- I can have trouble asking for help.
How would you rate your oral and written communication skills?
“I rate my communication skills as a 9/10 as I will, on occasion, have times when I am not as clear as I would like to be. My supervisor and co-workers will attest to my clear and concise communication skills. Because I am an open leader, my team will let me know if I need to clarify anything.”
How would you describe your writing skills?
Written communication skills examples
- Clarity. Clarity helps your reader understand what you are saying or, at least, understand enough to know what questions they need to ask for further clarification.
- Conciseness. It’s important to get to your point quickly and efficiently.
- Grammar and punctuation.
- Edit thoroughly.