1. "What can you tell me about yourself﹖"
This is not an invitation to give your life history. The interviewer is looking for clues about your character, qualifications, ambitions and motivations. The following is a good example of a positive response. ″In high school I was involved in competitive sports and I always tried to improve in each sport I participated in. As a college student I worked in a clothing store part-time and found that I could sell things easily. The sale was important but for me it was even more important to make sure that the customer was satisfied. It was not long before customers came back to the store and specifically asked for me to help them. I'm very competitive and it means a lot to me to be the best.″
2."What is your greatest weakness﹖"
You cannot avoid this question by saying that you do not have any everyone has weaknesses. The best approach is to admit your weakness but show that you are working on it and have a plan to overcome it. If possible cite a weakness that will work to the company's advantage. ″I' m such a perfectionist that I won't stop until a job is well done. ″