Basic questions of interview, HR Management

Can you work under pressure?

What would you say to your boss if he's crazy about an idea and you think it stinks?

May I contact your present employer for a reference?

What was the toughest challenge you ever faced?

What courses did you like best? Why?

What courses did you like least? Why?

A: Physiology was a different subject for me, but I learned from every aspect of my life, and I applied that to my academically courses.

Why did you choose your major?

What can you tell me about yourself that is not on your resume?

What have been your most satisfying and most disappointing experiences?

Why did you go to college and how did you arrive at this decision?

Describe your favorite course and how it contributed to your career interests?

How have you changed personally since starting college?

What has been your greatest challenge?

Describe a leadership role of yours and tell why you committed your time to it?

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