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What's your weakness?
College student seeking internship position.
Well, no one is perfect, we all have weakness.
During the interview, I found this question a bit tricky.
I would like to know how you approach this kind of question.
What does HR really want to know from this question?
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Director, Client Solutions Group- West Division-DELL
Regional Sales Director at Dell
Technology Consultant Associate at PwC
New York, New York
Student at Ashworth College
Executive at CRB Tech Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
HOW TO GO ABOUT ANSWERING THESE?
While replying to questions concerning your strengths and weaknesses, always keep the job description at the back of your mind. While tending to questions regarding your strengths, concentrate on strengths you possess that are needed for the job. For instance, if a job requires a considerable measure of work on team ventures, you may state that you are a reasonable communicator who can work with various groups of individuals.
While answering questions concerning your weaknesses, dodge shortcomings that would portray that you are unfit for the job. For instance, if the job position requires a great deal of technical ability, don’t state that your shortcoming is technology. Likewise, regardless of what shortcoming you choose, try and put a positive outlook to your answer.
E.g. you may state that you are attempting to improve a specific shortcoming, or clarify how a shortcoming may be viewed as a strength (for instance, on the off chance that you are a bit too meticulous, you can clarify how this in certainty, encourages you come up with quality work).
for more details: Interview Questions Related To Strengths and Weaknesses
Undergraduate Student at Columbia University
New York, New York
Senior Associate at PwC