Pay attention to the simple questions
Sometimes an interview question might seem very simple but, don’t be deceived, there is always a reason for them asking that question. Here is some questions & answers：
Q: If you had to compare yourself with any animal; which one would it be and why?
A: "A lion because although they are independent, they also work well within their group”
Q: Describe how a sport or hobby taught you a lesson in teamwork?
A: "When I was at college my basketball coach taught me to pass the ball, if it was to my team’s advantage. So now I always look out for my team mates."
Q: "What books or magazines do you read?"
Hint:The books you read tell the interviewer something about your personality. Mentioning a relevant journal would be a good idea, saying you don’t like to read would be a bad idea!
A:"A trade journal relevant to the company's line of business"
Question:"What were your favourite subjects in school and why?"
Hint: Mention anything that shows an interest in the employer's kind of work. Bring up any interesting or unusual projects in that area.
Question:"What do you like to do in your spare time?"
Hint: It’s good to have strong outside interests and if they are pastimes that would be an asset to the job, so much the better.