2008-04-24 BMGT Interview edge

2008-04-24 BMGT Interview edge - On Friday, April 18, I...

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On Friday, April 18, I attended the 11:30am Interview Edge session. Though I had read the assignment on blackboard, I still wasn’t quite sure of what to expect. The thought of being interviewed in front of - and critiqued by - my peers made me anxious. Nonetheless, I came prepared with my resumes and my notepad, ready to learn and take notes. I was the first person in the interview room, and while I waited I reviewed the common interview questions and though of my responses. Before long, a second student entered, and finally our mock interviewer. He introduced himself and said he was from USPS. He apologized for being late and immediately jumped into his routine. He asked us if we had ever had a structural interview, and proceeded to ask us “structural” interview questions. These questions prompted you to recall a time in which you were put in a complicated scenario, usually with a team, and talk about how you resolved the situation. He asked both of us the same three questions: One about a time we were on a team and there was a disagreement, and how we resolved it, one about a time when there was a tough deadline, and how we dealt with the situation, and one about a time we had to deal with a difficult customer, and how we handled them. For my responses, I pulled from my experiences as an Eagle Scout, the President of the
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2008 for the course BMGT 367 taught by Professor Fogul during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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