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CS001 Mid Term Past Paper Spring 2010

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CS001 Mid Term Past Papers

Here You can Read and Download CS001 Computer Proficiency Mid Term Past Papers of Spring 2010. You Can Also Download Solved Mid Term Papers, Short Notes, Assignment Solutions, Lecture Wise Questions Answers Files, Solved MCQs, Solved Quiz , Solved Mid Term Subjective Papers , Solved Mid Term Objective Papers from Virtual Study Solutions For Preparation of Mid Term Papers.

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CS001 Mid Term Past Paper Spring 2010

Semester : Spring 2010

Subject : CS001- Computer Proficiency

Time: 60 min

Marks: 58

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question No: 1

In excel the intersection of a row and a column is called:
► data
► a field.
► a cell.
► an equation.
CS001 Mid Term Paper Question No: 2

The cell labeled F5 refers to
► row F column 5
► column F row 5
► functions available in cells
► Function key F4
CS001 Mid Term Paper Question No: 3

Which of the following describes how to select all the cells in a single column ?
► Right click on column and select Pick From List
► Use the Data – Text to Columns menu item
► Left click on the gray column title button
► Pressing CTRL + A on the keyboard
CS001 Mid Term Paper Question No: 4

What is the format of a spreadsheet?
► Round
► Rows and Columns
► Square
► Wide
CS001 Mid Term Paper Question No: 5
Which one is a relative address?
► $C$4
► 256
► C4
► None of these

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CS001 Mid Term Paper Question No: 6 

What do you use to create a chart?
► Chart Wizard
► Pie Wizard
► Excel Wizard
► Data Wizard
CS001 Mid Term Paper Question No: 7

On an Excel sheet the active cell is indicated by ____.
► a dark wide border
► a dotted border
► a blinking border
► All of these
CS001 Mid Term Paper Question No: 8

News Groups are…
► provided only by large international news services
► are online discussions about various topics
► are only available from 9 am to 5 pm EST
► All of these
CS001 Mid Term Paper Question No: 9

A(n) ____ line has transfer rates of 128 Kbps to 8.45 Mbps.

► DSL
► ISDN
► ATM
► Fractional T1
CS001 Mid Term Paper Question No: 10

____ refers to the amount of data, instructions, and information that can travel over a communications channel.
► Latency
► Transfer rate
► Bandwidth
► Broadband

CS001 Subjective Mid Term Paper Question No: 1


What is electronic mailing? Give its basic concept and usage.

Electrical mailing is also know as E-mail. It works same as usual mail but for using e-mail both the persons sender and receiver have to have computer to read it or send it.

Sender compose a e-mail by licking it on the compose mail and writer the receiver e-mail address into the To and type the message and send it to the receiver computer.

Usage,

It is the fastest way of communication in the world.

Business mans are using the benefits of e-mails

Its case very low pries

Quick and fast



CS001 Subjective Mid Term Paper Question No: 2

What are Computer Viruses?

It is software which is develop to kill, damage the Windows.

It can damage the hardware’s.

It puts negative effect on computer and internet speed.


CS001 Subjective Mid Term Paper Question No: 3


What is slide transition? What is the method of adding a transition in PowerPoint slides?

It is the most important part of presentation. Because of Transition we don’t need to click with mouse to go to the next slide.

Transition,

When we need to give a presentation, we can select the auto time on it. The different between the slides it could be 10 seconds. When we go to animation and there we can find transition.


CS001 Subjective Mid Term Paper Question No: 4


How we can modify column widths and row heights?

Column Widths

Select the column and right click from the mouse there is a option of column width click on it and it ll show you the current width of the column you put your require width in it. Same ways for one columns or all.

Row height,

Select the number of rows you want to change the height right click at the border area of the rows there is a option of change row height. Click on it, it ll show you the current height of the rows there you can put the require height of the row you need.


CS001 Subjective Mid Term Paper Question No: 5

What is the difference between closing and exiting?

Close

It is only document close but not the software e.g. Microsoft word, excel…etc.

Exit

When we press exit it close the whole document, excel…Etc along with software.

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CS001 Current / Past Mid Term Past Paper

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CS001 Past Mid Term Past Paper

Here You can free download CS001 Computer Proficiency Mid Term Current Paper of Fall 2016 And Mid Term Past Papers 2017.

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CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 1 

There are three types of data found in a spreadsheet.
  • Data, words, numbers
  • Equations, data, numbers
  • Words, numbers, labels
  • Numbers, formulas, labels

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 2 

A Constant is another name for this type of data:
  • Number
  • Equations
  • Formula
  • Description

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 3

Which is an absolute address?
  • $C$4
  • 10700-105 Ave.
  • C4
  • None of these

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 4

What Program do you use to create a spreadsheet?
  • Word
  • Excel
  • Access
  • PowerPoint

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 5

Which Button on the standard toolbar gives you quick access to the Sum, Average, Count, Min and Max functions?
  • AutoSume
  • Insert Function
  • Auto Fill
  • Paste
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CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 6

What do you use to create a chart?
  • Chart Wizard
  • Pie Wizard
  • Excel Wizard
  • Data Wizard

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 7

Which Type of chart shows the pattern or relationships between sets of data points?
  • Line
  • Pie
  • Area
  • XY (scatter)

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 8

On an Excel sheet the active cell in indicated by ------?
  • A dark wide border
  • A dotted border
  • A blinking border
  • All of these

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 9

A user wishes to remove a spreadsheet from a workbook. Which is the correct sequence of events that will do this?
  • Do to FILE - SAVE AS – SAVE AS TYPE – Excel. Work sheet
  • Right click on the spreadsheet tab and select DELETE
  • Right click on the spreadsheet and select INSERT – ENTIRE COLUMN
  • None of these

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 10

The Word Wide Web (WWW) is….
  • A part off the Internet
  • The Internet
  • Not a part of internet
  • ALL of these
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CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 11

Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is….
  • The same as search engines
  • The addresses of specific documents and resources on the WWW
  • Never more that 11 characters long
  • All of these

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 12

The-----standard defines how data transmits across telephone lines or other means.
  • TCO/IP
  • EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)
  • Electronic funds transfer (EFT)
  • Ethernet

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 13

A (n) ------line typically costs $1,000 or more per month.
  • ISDN
  • T3
  • ATM
  • T1

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 14

A----------is a Web site that uses encryption techniques to secure its data.
  • Digital certificate
  • Secure HTTP (S-HTTP)
  • Wallet program
  • Secure site

CS001 Mid Term Paper Question 15

The process of converting readable data into unreadable characters to prevent unauthorized use is called----------,
  • Normalization
  • Decryption
  • Validation
  • Encryption
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Virtual University Fee Structure For Spring 2017

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Virtual University Fee Structure

You can Calculate Your free Using Virtual University Fee Calculator. Tuition fee will be charged for the full semester instead of per credit hour. 50% discount on Enrollment Fee per Semester and Tuition Fee per credit hour will remain valid for all continuing students of B.Ed (1-Year) program. However, all other dues (if any) will be charged at prescribed rates of the university. 

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Virtual University Fee Structure for Local Students

Virtual University Fee Structure For Spring 2017
Virtual University Fee Structure For Spring 2017 
Important Notes :
  • Admission fee includes degree verification fee from the previous institution. 
  • Entry Test (where applicable) will be charged @ Rs. 1,000/- and will be non-refundable. 
  • Tuition fee @ Rs. 1,100/- per credit hour will be charged from MS students enrolled in deficient course(s). 
  • Lab fee for practical(s) will be charged (where applicable) at following rates: 
  • Deficiency Semester & Zero Semester @ Rs. 2,000/- per credit hour 
  • BS @ Rs. 2,000/- per credit hour 
  • Masters @ Rs. 2,000/- per credit hour 
  • MS @ Rs. 5,000/- per credit hour 
  • Thesis fee will be charged at following rates (in addition to per credit hour tuition fee): 
  • MS @ Rs. 15,000/- 
  • Ph.D @ Rs. 25,000/- 
  • Research fee will be charged at following rates: 
  • MS in Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Genetics, Zoology and Molecular Biology @ Rs. 15,000/- 
  • Ph.D @ Rs. 50,000/- Research fee will be charged at the time of enrollment of research work and will be in addition to the Thesis fee. 
  • Convocation fee @ Rs. 2,000/- will be charged in the final semester of the respective batch; the payment is mandatory to get transcript, degree and other certificates from the University. 
  • Endowment fund contribution will be charged@ Rs. 1,000/- one time during entire degree program. 
  • Fee collection charges @Rs. 100/- per semester. 
50% discount on Enrollment Fee per Semester and Tuition Fee per credit hour will remain valid for all continuing students of B.Ed (1-Year) program. However, all other dues (if any) will be charged at prescribed rates of the university.

Tuition fee will be charged for the full semester instead of per credit hour
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Virtual University Fee Structure for Over Seas Students

Fee Structure for Over Seas Students (in US $)
Fee Structure for Over Seas Students (in US $)

Important Notes:
  • Admission fee include degree verification fee. 
  • Entry Test (where applicable) will be charged @ USD 50/- and will be non-refundable. 
  • Tuition fee @ $45/- per credit hour will be charged from MS students enrolled in deficient course(s). 
  • On the enrollment of research /thesis work in MS programs, thesis fee @ $200/- will be charged in addition to per credit hour tuition fee. 
  • Convocation fee @ $50/- will be charged in the final semester of the respective batch; the payment is mandatory to get transcript, degree and other certificates from the University. 
  • Endowment fund contribution will be charged @$10/- one time during entire degree program. 
20% discount on Tuition Fee per credit hour will remain valid for all continuing students of B.Ed (1-Year) program. However, all other dues (if any) will be charged at prescribed rates of the university.

Tuition fee will be charged for full semester instead of per credit hour basis.

Schedule of Other Charges


Disclaimer: The University reserves the right to change fee structure from time to time.

Virtual University Admission Schedule - Spring 2017

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Virtual University Admission - Spring 2017

Here We have Complete info of Latest VU Admissions and Admission Procedure. Virtual University of Pakistan (VU) offers admission twice in an academic year. Virtual University has announced the admission for Spring 2017. 

Please Note : Last date of Admission in Bachelors and Masters Spring 2017 is: 30th March 2017.

Virtual University Admission Schedule - Spring 2017
Virtual University Admissions - Spring 2017

Admission Schedule - Spring 2017

DescriptionDayDate
Admissions Open - Spring 2017 (Online)ThursdayFebruary 16, 2017
Option to apply for Course Exemption / Transfer of Course CreditsThursdayFebruary 16, 2017
Orientation for newly admitted studentsMonday to FridayFebruary 20 - April 07, 2017
Offline Admission Open - Spring 2017 [Admission Form Printing]ThursdayFebruary 23, 2017
Last Date to apply for Course Exemption / Transfer of CreditsFridayMarch 10, 2017
Last Date to Apply for MS/M.Phil Admissions Spring 2017FridayMarch 10, 2017
Option to Apply for the Change / Conversion of Study Program for existing StudentsFridayMarch 10, 2017
Entry Test for MS/M.Phil Programs AdmissionsSundayMarch 19, 2017
Last Date to Apply for Admissions / Readmission Spring 2017 (All other programs)FridayMarch 24, 2017
Last Date to apply for Need based ScholarshipFridayMarch 24, 2017
Course Selection Link Open for enrollment Spring 2017ThursdayMarch 30, 2017
Last date to apply for Change of Study Program for existing and newly admit studentsFridayApril 07, 2017
Commencement of Classes - Spring 2017MondayApril 10, 2017
Last date for Course Selection to add/drop/replace course(s)ThursdayApril 20, 2017

Note: The University reserves the rights to make any changes in Admission Schedule, as required.

How to Apply for Admission in VU - Procedure

A candidate (Pakistani National) can obtain admission application form either from Virtual Campus or from VU website http://www.vu.edu.pk and apply for admission (subject to eligibility criteria) by submitting filled admission form with requisite documents including fee paid challan/Demand Draft (in original) to the nearest Virtual Campus or by mailing at Registrars’ Office (Admissions).

Virtual University Main Campus Address:
Virtual University of Pakistan M.A. Jinnah Campus,
Defense Road, Off Raiwind Road, Lahore. 
Tel: 042-111-880-880, Ext. 342~348, 441~443.

Upon receipt of filled admission application form at Registrar’s office, it is processed after necessary verification subject to admission eligibility criteria and candidate is intimated firstly through an email (if provided in admission application form). Secondly, via an email to his/her campus (in case campus based student) and finally, by mailing a hard copy admission offer letter and VU information material at his/her mailing address. A list of admitted candidates is also published and updated during admission session at VU website http://www.vu.edu.pk under admission link.

Please Note: MS/M.Phil Admissions will be processed on merit basis after VU Entry Test.

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What is Recursive function in c++ with Examples

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Recursive function in C++

Welcome to Virtual Study Solutions C++ tutorials. Today we will discuss and learn about Recursive function in C++ Programming language.
Topics we will cover in this Tutorial will be:

  1. What is a Recursive function ?
  2. Recursive function important parts
  3. Recursive function example code
  4. How it affects stack Recursion in c++ programming.
What is Recursive function in c++ Programming
What is Recursive function in c++ Programming

What is Recursive function

First of All You will be thinking What is recursion or Recursive function? The simple answer to Your Question is, it’s when a function calls itself. and to be Precise we can define Recursive function as:

A function calls it self until a certain condition is true.
As You may know Recursive function is one of the most annoying and difficult concept for c++ programming for beginners. Yes it is difficult for a beginner to understand because sometimes its execution goes in depth where things becomes complicated and a beginners feel difficult to understand it.

Also Read: How to Write C++ Program to Find Prime Number

Recursive function important parts

A recursive function has two important parts
  1. Base case, Stopping state, stopping condition
  2. Functions call its self with a specific conditions (Recalling condition)
When a function calls occur in a program it pushes into the stack. So if a function is calling itself again and again (Recursive Calling) it will be pushing again and again on the stack every time it will push new resources will be allocated for a new call.

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Recursive function Base Case:

Its a condition when it becomes true or executes function stop to call it self

Recursive function Recalling Condition:

A condition in which function recalls it self with a specific parameters or it depends on the required result we want to get.

Lets write a simple example to understand the how recursive function works.
In this example an integer 'n' is passing to a function in which its value is incremented by one in recalling condition.
When its value becomes 11 or greater than 10 (base case) it returns all calls.


Also Read: How to write C++ Program to find factorial of Number

Recursive function Example Code

#include<iostream>
using namespace std;
void recursive_function(int n){

if(n>10) //base case
return;
else{
cout<<"Recursive Function call number "<<n<<endl;
recursive_function(n=n+1); // here function is calling it self
}
}
int main(){
int n=1;
recursive_function(n); // function call
return 0;
}

Recursive function Code output:

Here is the Output of above example code of Recursive function.

Recursive function Example Code output


Now Lets have a look to this program it has a problem.

#include<iostream>
using namespace std;
void recursive_function(){
cout<<"I am Recursive Function"<<endl;
recursive_function(); // here function is calling it self
}
int main(){
recursive_function(); // function call
return 0;
}

How it Affects stack Recursion in c++

You must be wondering when you run the above code our program get crashes why? The Answer of this Question is very Simple.
When a function is called it puts on to the stack. In the above program function is calling itself again and again and putting its calls on the stack again and again where stack is reserving some resources for each call.
So the stacks are not in large size and when stack becomes full, our program get crashes. This is why because there is not a base case in program where function will stop putting itself on stack.


Also Read: How to write C++ program to find Fibonacci Series

It is recommended to understand the concept do experiment with the code and analyze the output and also dry run the code on paper.

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Introduction of C++ Programming Language

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Welcome to C++ Programming Language

As You may know C++ is very early programming language but still it has importance in the field of computer science. Here We will Learn basic topic of C++ Programming Language as simple as everyone can understand.
Introduction of C++ Programming Language
C++ Programming Language 

Why Use C++ Programming Language ?

First Question that comes in everyone's mind when they start to learn C++ Programming Language . As We know a Computer/PC is just a processor with some memory, capable of running tiny instructions like “store 3 in memory location 34567.” C++ is a high-level language: when you write a program in it, the short hands are sufficiently expressive that you don’t need to worry about the details of processor instructions.C++ give Programmer access to some lower-level functionality (i.e, memory addresses).

Advantages of Using C++ Programming Language

Lets have a look on advantages of Using C++ Programming Language.
  1. Conciseness:
  2. Maintainability:
  3. Portability:

Lets have a brief look at advantages of Using C++ Programming Language: 
  1. Conciseness: programming languages allow us to express common sequences of commands more concisely. C++ provides some especially powerful short hands. 
  2. Maintainability: modifying code is easier when it entails just a few text edits, instead of rearranging hundreds of processor instructions. C++ is object oriented (more on that in Lectures 7-8), which further improves maintainability. 
  3. Portability: different processors make different instructions available. Programs written as text can be translated into instructions for many different processors; one of C++’s strengths is that it can be used to write programs for nearly any processor. 

Important topics of C++ Programming Language:

  • Basic programming constructs of C/C++
  • Manipulation of data types i.e. arrays, strings, and pointers
  • Isolate and fix common errors in C++ programs
  • Memory Management including proper allocation/de-allocation procedures
  • Object Oriented Approach using C++
  • Writing C++ programs

introduction to C++ Programming Language 

Here are some Short Notes on C++ Just to Give You an idea of what you are about to Learn. C++ is a programming language--it will allow you to control your computer, making it do what you want it to do. A C++ program is a collection of commands, which tell the computer to do "something".
You can download C++ Lecture Notes from the Links Below:

Introduction of C++

Here You can read an introduction to C++ and hello world program, basic language features and variables.

Introduction - C++ Lecture Notes (111.9 KB)

Flow of control in C++

Here You can read Description of Control structures and Nested Control Structures. 

Flow of control - C++ Lecture Notes (127.6 KB)

Functions in C++

Here You can read Basic use of functions, declaration, arguments, return values and function overloading.

Functions - C++ Lecture Notes (459.7 KB)

Arrays and Strings in C++

Here You can read Basic use of arrays and strings. 

Arrays and Strings - C++ Lecture Notes (105.5 KB)

Pointers in C++

Here You can read Pointers and their Behavior, declaration and syntax.

Pointers - C++ Lecture Notes (136.9 KB)

Classes in C++

Here You can read Class declaration, instances, accessing fields, passing as parameters and constructors. 

Object-Oriented Programming in C++

Here You can read the Basic Ideas of OOP, Encapsulation, Inheritance, Polymorphism and Multiple Inheritance.

Object-Oriented Programming - C++ Lecture Notes (147.0 KB)

Memory Management in C++

Here You can read Memory management, Allocation and De-allocation, new and delete operators.

Memory Management - C++ Lecture Notes (513.5 KB)

Advanced topics - I in C++

Here You can read Templates, Standard Template Library and Operator Overloading. 

Advanced topics I - C++ Lecture Notes(111.7 KB)

Advanced topics - II in C++ 

Here You can read File handling, References, Exceptions, Pre processor Macros and Casting.

Advanced topics II - C++ Lecture Notes(218.3 KB)

C++ is a core of programming world. Virtual Study Solution's Aim is to explain the every basic topic of C++ as simple as everyone can understand.
Furthermore We will discuss lot of example programs to clear the concept.

C++ PROGRAMMING EXAMPLE CODES

Write ALLAH Using C++ Program

How to write C++ program to find Fibonacci Series

How to Write C++ Program to Find Prime Number

How to write C++ Program to find factorial of Number

What is Recursive function in c++ with Examples

C++ program to Make Simple calculator

Find the HCF and LCM by using the C++

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How to be Successful in Interviews - Rules and Tips

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Successful Interview - Rules and Tips

Hello Students. Today we will discuss some important Rules and Tips to be Successful in InterviewsThese rules and tips will help Students/job-seekers to maximize employment opportunities. A job interview is one of the most intimidating way of making first impression.

How to be Successful in Interviews - Rules and Tips
Successful Interviews - Rules and Tips
If You’re invited to an interview. First you must get the basics right and Follow the 8 golden rules given below. They may seem obvious but applicants/students continually ignore them So my advice is, don't take them too light.

Successful Interviews - Rules
Successful Interviews - Rules

Successful Interview Rule no 1:

Do the Research on organisation/company. Read any information they send you. Investigate their website and get as much details you can.

Successful Interview Rule no 2:

Prepare to substantiate/provide evidence to support everything you said in your application.

Successful Interview Rule no 3:

On the day of interview arrive early and in the right state of mind to be interviewed.

Successful Interview Rule no 4:

Always Dress to fit in. Make it easy for them to imagine you working in their organisation. Look Smart and Use light Perfume.

Successful Interview Rule no 5:

Treat everything – from entering their premises to leaving – as part of the selection procedure. Don't take it as regular visit.

Successful Interview Rule no 6:

When you first meet, look your host in the eye, shake hands and smile. that is very important.

Successful Interview Rule no 7:

Sit up straight in your chair with open body language – no crossed arms, fiddling with your face or gripping. Use your hands to emphasis what you say.

Successful Interview Rule no 8:

Never introduce a negative point unless it is absolutely necessary. Always look for positive reasons for what you have done and why you have applied for this particular job.

Obey these rules and you stand a chance to be Successful in Interviews.

Also read: Distribution of Laptops to Students - Rules and Merit Criteria

How to Answer Questions in Interview:

Let me Help You answer some different types of questions which are usually asked in interviews.

Questions in Interview
How to Answer Questions in Interview

Interview Question no 1:

The ‘Why’ questions
Be ready to explain positively why you did what it says you did on your CV or application form. Go further and prepare to say why this particular career is attractive, why you want this job and why you are keen to work for this organisation. Look for things you have in common – interests, expertise, location, etc. Don’t simply tell them what they already know.

Interview Question no 2:

The ‘Experience’ questions
Think hard about your experience and how it can add value to your prospective employer. Consider which areas of your previous work relate most strongly to the job you have applied for and be ready to supply the evidence that this is the case.

Interview Question no 3:

The ‘Competency’ questions
Often, when you apply for a job, you will receive a job description and person specification. The latter will outline the skills you need to be successful in this role and lay down competencies that are essential. Teamwork, communication and initiative are often part of what recruiters call ‘generic skills’, essential in many jobs. Be prepared to relate how you have exhibited these skills and use STAR- situation, task, action, and
results to provide a full answer.

Interview Question no 4:

‘Scenario’ questions
“What would you do if…?” Naturally these scenario questions are different for each type of job and relate to real situations you would face. Think about what you will encounter in the job you’re being interviewed for and be ready to answer them.

Interview Question no 5:

Bolts from the blue
Especially in customer/client facing roles, it is essential that you are not phased by what seem to be ridiculous questions. Some interviewers ask these to see your reaction. For example, you might be asked, ‘If you were a car what make would you be?’ Slow down. Think. Then try to find a logical answer.

Interview Question no 6:

Who else have you applied to?
Employers want to know that you have a sensible job seeking strategy. Not a haphazard one. It should demonstrate a motivation to adapt to their type of organisation.

Interview Question no 7:

Where do you see your career going from here?
Be ambitious but emphasize what you would contribute and how you can progress.

Interview Question no 8:

What skills do you need in this job?
Where is the evidence that you have them? Often these can be discovered if they show you a job description. If not think hard before you attend the interview and write down the evidence that you have these skills so that it easily comes to mind.

Interview Question no 9:

What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Think of your weaknesses as areas for development. Don’t say that you are a perfectionist – it’s something of a cliche.

Interview Question no 10:

Why should we recruit you?
Show how you could add value to the organisation if appointed.

Interview Question no 11:

Have you any questions to ask us?
Use this to express a real interest in what they do, not to find out about the perks of the job.

Interview Question no 12:

Assessment Centers
Many employers now use other techniques in addition to interviews to help them select the best candidates. These include:

Interview Question no 13:

Giving a presentation/lecture
These are often used for academic jobs. Think about pitching it right for your audience.
Never go over time. Use bullet points for notes and maintain eye contact with your listeners.

Interview Question no 14:

Aptitude tests
For verbal, numerical and diagrammatic reasoning or logical thinking. Practice these Examples:

  • Discussion groups
  • Facilitate the group. Participate. Contribute ideas. Build on the ideas of others. Don’t shut people out, interrupt, talk over, dismiss the ideas of others out of hand or take the discussion off topic.
  • Team activities
  • Enter wholeheartedly into the spirit of the event, no matter how crazy you think it is.

Interview Question no 15:

Apply the same for discussion groups.
Case studies
Read the case study and underline the important factors. Write these on some paper to get them firmly into your brain. Then re arrange them into pros and cons, a logical sequence or timeline. Then write your report. Consider whether a bullet point executive summary is better than lengthy prose.

Interview Question no 16:

In-tray exercise
This is all about taking decisions and prioritizing. Faced with several courses of action you have to decide which are most important.

Interview Question no 17

Personality questionnaires
If asked to complete a personality questionnaire, just be yourself. Attempts to swing the result in favor of what the recruiter may want are likely to be unsuccessful.

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Successful Interview - You are Hired
Successful Interview - You are Hired

Final Words:

Dear Students , It is important to appear confident and Smart for the interview. One way to do that is to be prepared the best of your ability. There is no way to predict how will be your interview , but by following above mentioned important rules and Tips you will surely feel less anxious and will be ready to positively present yourself. Don't miss this last chance to market yourself.

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