Describe a time when you went above and beyond the requirements for a project.
Be sure to include:
What did your parents teach you about money? How did they do it? Do you agree now with what they taught you?
What will you teach (or have you taught) your children about money? How?
This is a common job interview question. Be honest, but frame it in a way that shows the interviewer you would be good at the job you want. Give specific examples to support your answer.
Have you ever been in a dilemma? How did you solve it?
Give specific details, and use more than one reason to support your answer.
Have you ever been to a wedding? Whose wedding was it? Where was it held? What did people wear? Describe the ceremony.
Q. What are some of your leadership experiences?
Write your answer as though you were in a job interview.
For centuries, people have followed the Latin proverb, Docendo discimus—"By teaching, we learn." Write a few sentences about what the proverb means, and perhaps a time when you have experienced it in your own life.
What is your favourite thing to do you in your free time? Why?
Where is your favourite place to eat out? Say why you like it and what you have when you go there. Describe the food and the atmosphere.
Tell us about your favourite book. What's so great about it? What is it about? Summarize the story and talk about the characters. Does it have a special message? What is it?
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