Before the Interview: Situational Based Questions

Situational Based Interview Questions

Key Questions

Situational interview questions are when you are asked to put yourself in a hypothetical situation and explain what action(s) you would take in that scenario.

  • What would you do if you and your co-worker disagreed?
  • You are working on many projects with tight deadlines, your manager approaches you and assigns you a new equally important project, how would you prioritize your work?
  • You are overwhelmed in your role due to a heavy workload, what would you do?
  • What would you do if you were asked to complete a task that you have never done before?
  • You are asked to do something that is not part of your role. What would you do?
  • You are working on a project which has a deadline fast approaching. You are waiting on important facts from a colleague who promised they would get it to you last week, this is impacting the submission. What would you do?
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