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4/18/13 5:52 P

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Sometimes I like to practice my answers to those types of questions. The question about your greatest weakness is a hard question because it requires a lot of self-awareness on my part and willingness to be honest about it. Some ideas:1) talk about one's particular working style, or 2) talk about a time you were challenged and how you fixed the situation. The weakness would be an extraction of why/how you were challenged (for example, that same challenge may not have been one for others).



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7/4/12 5:34 P

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There always seems to be at least one question in my interviews that throws me for a loop. Sometimes it is a common question such as "What is your greatest weakness?" and other times it is an unexpected question like "I see you have a Theatre degree. What are you doing applying here?" I'm curious to see if others have had this experience, and how they handled the question and got their footing back.

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