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3-4 Years Interview Question And Answer for Asp .net
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Praveen Kumar Upadhyay 30-Dec-14 3:14am    
what is this. Not at a question.

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It's the deeply wasteful and counterproductive activity, to collect and learn interview questions. People really need your knowledge and working skills, not your interview skills. Do you think it's better to foolish them?

You cannot know what questions will you need to answer. Just spare your time and nerve. If you are comfortable in some fields you indicated in your resume, you will be able to answer well, if not — make your resume more truthful. Focus on your knowledge and skills. Learn computer science and practice on some good projects adequate to your skills.

Of course, positive interview experience can be very helpful, but you cannot gain anything from learning those questions. Don't worry: as unsuccessful interviews are very typical (not because you are bad, but often because the lists of candidates for interview are often created by not very qualified people and have low relevance to the company goals), you will have a number of attempts to sharpen your skills.

A couple of useful hints:

First, behave as you already got a job offer and only discuss the detail of your future work. Behave like a new member of a team, not a candidate. May sound silly, but I'm serious. Second, related thing: try to focus on looking at the situation from the standpoint of your prospective employers. You will get enough opportunities to ask your own question to those people (if not, they are not good enough as interviewers; don't hesitate to remind them that you also have your questions and motivate it; remember that your questions are not less important than theirs). Use this opportunity well: try to understand what are their problems, why they may need you to help them. Try your best to get an idea. And, when you get this idea, focus on their problems and think on the fly: what kind of help can you offer to them based on your skills and experience. If you understand it well for yourself, you will be able to convince them.

But first of all, focus on your own knowledge and skills. Try to focus on fundamentals.

—SA
 
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