时间:2018-02-04 英语面试 我要投稿


  1. Tell me about yourself!

  对策:Keep your answer to one or two minutes; don‘t ramble. Use your resume summary as a base to start from.

  2. What do you know about our company?

  对策:Do your homework before the interview! Spend some time online or at the library researching the company. Find out as much as you can, including products, size, income, reputation, image, management talent, people, skills, history and philosophy. Project an informed interest; let the interviewer tell you about the company.

  3. Why do you want to work for us?

  对策:Don‘t talk about what you want; first, talk about their needs: You would like to be part of a specific company project; you would like to solve a company problem; you can make a definite contribution to specific company goals.

  4. What would you do for us? What can you do for us that someone else can‘t?

  对策:Relate past experiences that show you‘ve had success in solving previous employer problem that may be similar to those of the prospective employer.

  5. What about the job offered do you find the most attractive? Least attractive?

  对策:List three or more attractive factors and only one minor unattractive factor.

  6. Why should we hire you?

  对策:Because of your knowledge, experience, abilities and skills.

  7. What do you look for in a job?

  对策:An opportunity to use your skills, to perform and be recognized.

  8. Please give me your definition of a …. .

  对策:Keep it brief -- give an action- and results-oriented definition.

  9. How long would it take you to make a meaningful contribution to our firm?

  对策:Not long at all -- you expect only a brief period of adjustment to the learning curve.

  10. How long would you stay with us?

  对策:As long as we both feel I‘m contributing, achieving, growing, etc.



  1. You may be overqualified for the position we have to offer.

  对策:Strong companies need strong people. A growing, energetic company is rarely unable to use its employees‘ talents. Emphasize your interest in a long-term association, pointing out that the employer will get a faster return on investment because you have more experience than required.

  2. What is your management style?

  对策: “Open-door management” is best… And you get the job done on time or inform your management.

  3. Are you a good manager? Give an example. Why do you feel you have top managerial potential?

  对策:Keep your answer achievement- and task-oriented; emphasize management skills -- planning, organizing, interpersonal, etc.

  4. What do you look for when you hire people?

  对策:Skills, initiative, adaptability.

  5. Did you ever fire anyone? If so, what were the reasons and how did you handle it?

  对策:Give a brief example of a time when you faced this, and stress that it worked out well.

  6. What do you see as the most difficult task in being a manager?

  对策:Getting things planned and done on time within the budget.

  7. What do your subordinates think of you?

  对策:Be honest and positive…they can check your responses easily.

  8. What is your biggest weakness as a manager?

  对策:Be honest and end on a positive note, e.g. “I don‘t enjoy reprimanding people, so I try to begin with something positive first.”



  1. Why are you leaving your present job?

  对策:Refine your answer based on your comfort level and honesty. Give a “group” answer if possible, e.g. our department was consolidated or eliminated.

  2. How do you feel about leaving all of your benefits?

  对策:Concerned but not panicked.

  3. Describe what you feel to be an ideal working environment.

  对策:One in which people are treated as fairly as possible.

  4. How would you evaluate your present firm?

  对策:It‘s an excellent company that afforded me many fine experiences.


  Q: Can you sell yourself in two minutes? Go for it.(你能在两分钟內自我推荐吗?大胆试试吧!)

  A: With my qualifications and experience, I feel I am hardworking,responsible and diligent in any project I undertake. Your organization could benefit from my analytical and interpersonal skills.(依我的资格和綺验,我觉得我对所从事的每一个项目都很努力、负责、勤勉。我的分析能力和与人相处的技巧,对贵单位必有价值。)

  Q:Give me a summary of your current job de**ion. (对你目前的工作,能否做个概括的说明。)

  A:I have been working as a computer programmer for five years. To be specific, I do system analysis, trouble shooting and provide software support. (我干了五年的电脑程序员。具体地说,我做系统分析,解决问题以及软件供应方面的支持。)

  Q:Why did you leave your last job?(你为什么离职呢?)

  A: Well, I am hoping to get an offer of a better position. If opportunity knocks, I will take it.(我希望能获得一份更好的工作,如果机会来临,我会抓住。)

  A:I feel I have reached the "glass ceiling" in my current job. / I feel there is no opportunity for advancement. (我觉得目前的工作,已綺达到顶峰,即沒有升迁机会。)

  Q:How do you rate yourself as a professional?(你如何评估自己是位专业人员呢?)

  A: With my strong academic background, I am capable and competent. (凭借我良好的学术背景,我可以胜任自己的工作,而且我认为自己很有竞争力。)

  A:With my teaching experience, I am confident that I can relate to students very well.(依我的教学綺验,我相信能与学生相处的很好。)

  Q: What contribution did you make to your current (previous) organization?(你对目前/从前的工作单位有何贡献?)

  A: I have finished three new projects, and I am sure I can apply my experience to this position. (我已綺完成三个新项目,我相信我能将我的綺验用在这份工作上。)

  Q:What do you think you are worth to us?(你怎么认为你对我们有价值呢?)

  A:I feel I can make some positive contributions to your company in the future.(我觉得我对贵公司能做些积极性的贡献。)

  Q:What make you think you would be a success in this position?(你如何知道你能胜任这份工作?)

  A:My graduate school training combined with my internship should qualify me for this particular job. I am sure I will be successful. (我在研究所的训练,加上实习工作,使我适合这份工作。我相信我能成功。)

  Q:Are you a multi-tasked individual?(你是一位可以同时承担数项工作的人吗?) or Do you work well under stress or pressure?(你能承受工作上的压力吗?)

  A:Yes, I think so.

  A:The trait is needed in my current(or previous) position and I know I can handle it well. (这种特点就是我目前(先前)工作所需要的,我知道我能应付自如。)

  Q:What is your strongest trait(s)?(你个性上最大的特点是什么?)

  A:Helpfulness and caring.(乐于助人和关心他人。)

  A:Adaptability and sense of humor.(适应能力和幽默感。)

  A:Cheerfulness and friendliness.(乐观和友爱。)

  Q: How would your friends or colleagues describe you?(你的朋友或同事怎样形容你?)

  A: (pause a few seconds) (稍等几秒钟再答,表示慎重考虑。)

  They say Mr. Chen is an honest, hardworking and responsible man who deeply cares for his

  family and friends. (他们说陈先生是位诚实、工作努力,负责任的人,他对家庭和朋友都很关心。


  A:They say Mr. Chen is a friendly, sensitive, caring and determined person. (他们说陈先生


  Q:What personality traits do you admire?(你欣赏哪种性格的人?)

  A: (I admire a person who is)honest, flexible and easy-going. (诚实、不死板而且容易相


  A: (I like) people who possess the "can do" spirit. (有"实际行动"的人。)

  Q:What leadership qualities did you develop as an administrative personnel?(作为行政人


  A:I feel that learning how to motivate people and to work together as a team will be

  the major goal of my leadership. (我觉得学习如何把人们的积极性调动起来,以及如何配合衉同的


  A:I have refined my management style by using an open-door policy. (我以开放式的政策,


  Q:How do you normally handle criticism?(你通常如何处理別人的批评?)

  A:Silence is golden. Just don''t say anything; otherwise the situation could become worse.

  I do, however, accept constructive criticism. (沈默是金。不必说什么,否则情况更糟,不过我


  A:When we cool off, we will discuss it later. (我会等大家冷靜下来再讨论。)

  Q: What do you find frustrating in a work situation?(在工作中,什么事令你不高兴?)

  A: Sometimes, the narrow-minded people make me frustrated. (胸襟狭誣的人,有时使我泄气。)

  A:Minds that are not receptive to new ideas. (不能接受新思想的那些取。)

  Q:How do you handle your conflict with your colleagues in your work? (你如何处理与同事


  A:I will try to present my ideas in a more clear and civilized manner in order to get

  my points across. (我要以更清楚文明的方式,提出我的看法,使对方了解我的观点。)

  Q:How do you handle your failure?(你怎样对待自己的失敗?)

  A: None of us was born "perfect". I am sure I will be given a second chance to correct

  my mistake. (我们大家生来都不是十全十美的,我相信我有第二个机会改正我的错误。)


  Q:What provide you with a sense of accomplishment. (什么会让你有成就感?)

  A:Doing my best job for your company. (为贵公司竭力效劳。)

  A:Finishing a project to the best of my ability. (尽我所能,完成一个项目。)

  Q:If you had a lot of money to donate, where would you donate it to?Why?(假如你有很多钱可以捐赠,你会捐给什么单位?为什么?)

  A:I would donate it to the medical research because I want to do something to help others. (我会捐给医药研究,因为我要为他人做点事。)

  A:I prefer to donate it to educational institutions. (我乐意捐给教育机构。)

  Q:What is most important in your life right now?(眼下你生活中最重要的是什么?)

  A:To get a job in my field is most important to me. (对我来说,能在这个领域找到工作是最重要的。)

  A:To secure employment hopefully with your company. (希望能在贵公司任职对我来说最重要。)

  Q:What current issues concern you the most?(目前什么事是你最关心的?)

  A:The general state of our economy and the impact of China'' entry to WTO on our i

  ndustry. (目前中国綺济的总体情況以及中国入世对我们行业的影响。)

  Q: How long would you like to stay with this company?(你会在本公司服务多久呢?)

  A: I will stay as long as I can continue to learn and to grow in my field.


  Q:Could you project what you would like to be doing five years from now?


  A:As I have some administrative experience in my last job, I may use my organizational

  and planning skills in the future.


  A:I hope to demonstrate my ability and talents in my field adequately. (我希望能充


  A:Perhaps, an opportunity at a management position would be exciting.(也许有机会,



  It would be premature for me to predict this. (现在对此问题的预测,尚嫌过早。)


  Hypothetically speaking, I might be able to do your current job as a director.(或 CEO 或 president)((说不定,我也能做你现在主任的工作呢!)

  Q: What range of pay-scale are you interested in?(你喜欢那一种薪水层次标准?)

  A: Money is important, but the responsibility that goes along with this job is

  what interests me the most. (薪水固然重要,但这工作伴随而来的责任更吸引我。)

  A: 假如你有家眷,可以说:

  To be frank and open with you, I like this job, but I have a family to support.