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Applying for Graduate Studies:
After the completion of undergraduate studies, alumni often seek to receive higher education for career advancement or knowledge enlightenment. This workshop provides information regarding how to select graduate schools and majors, creating application packages, meeting deadlines, and writing effective personal statements.
- Tell me about yourself?
- What are some of your strengths?
- What are some of your weaknesses?
- Why did you apply to this job?
- Why do you think you are suitable for this job?
- What makes you different from the other candidates?
- Where would you like to be in your career five years from now?
- What do you know about this company?
- What do you know about this industry?
- What is this company’s mission statement?
- What is this company’s vision?
- Do you have any questions for me?
- Have you ever been on a team where someone was not doing their own work?
- Have you ever been in a situation where you had to make a last minute decision?
- Can you describe a time where your work was criticized?
- What were three good things about your last job?
- What was your greatest failure and what did you learn from it?
- If you could be an animal what would you be?
- What is your personal mission statement?
- What are three good things about you?
- What are three character traits your friends would use to describe you?
- What is your biggest regret and why?
- Why did you select your major?
- What are your hobbies?