Interview, isn't it the most horrible word. I mean it is that type of situation where everyone getting nervous and starts shivering. People generally avoid to give interview because of lack of confidence. They are not able to focus and become blank when interviewer ask some questions. But interview is very important if we want a Job. My previous article on related to job is “10 popular websites to find jobs in India”. You have to search job with the help of this article and if you are find an job then you must face an word called “Interview”.

If you want to get an quality job then you must give interview because interview shows your knowledge, sense of humour and confidence level. It is very essential if you want to search an job.
There are some questions that are asked frequently in interviews and you should prepare your answers beforehand. Review the Top 10 interview questions you'll most likely be asked at a job interview, plus the best answers. I hope you liked it.

1)  “ Tell me about Yourself?”

Tell me about Yourself
The first question arise is “who are you”?, “Tell us something about yourself”. So in that case people get nervous and become totally blank. But if you want to get that job you wont be confused and nervous. Be confident and simply tell about yourself kindly. Respect them, always say sir, mam. It shows your nature.
Try also to say something memorable that makes you different from other college applicants. You don’t need to waste many of your words telling about where you graduated from. Just mention it one sentence, and move on. Tell them about your qualities.

2)  "Why Do You Want To Work With Us?"

Why Do You Want To Work With Us
Mostly many interviewer ask that why you wish to join their company. And people starts shivering and they don't know what to say. I prefer if you want to join any company, firstly start collect all the information about that company an then apply for the post. If you know everything about that company culture then you can easily answered  their questions. 
The best policy is to be honest with yourself, and be honest with the interviewer with what is it in the company culture that motivates you.

3)  “Where did you hear about this job?”

Where did you hear about this job
If an interviewer ask that where did you hear about this job, don't be shy and nervous, be honest and say politely. This might seem like a straight-forward question, but it’s much more complicated on the inside. Always be better to go for answers such as “Read your vacancy listing on your website” , which makes them feel important. Moreover you can say an advertisement which have been publish on newspaper.

4)  “Why should we Hire you?”

Why should we Hire you
This question is mostly asked by many interviewers, they want that an person show his/her qualities. For example if an interviewer ask that type of question, do not panic, be calm and their should be a activeness in your voice. You can tell your answers in many ways like..
You should hire me because I have all the qualities as per your requirements. Moreover, you have shortlisted me and this itself is proof that I am one of the best candidates.
I think this is an great opportunity to work with this company. I am hard worker and moreover this designation is under my field of interest so I can handle it. Moreover, I think I can in turn help the company's growth. I will be an asset to your company.

5)  “What do you like about our company?”

What do you like about our company
An interviewer generally very curious about their company reputation. Make sure that whatever the job is, you should have full knowledge about that job. Be active! This question showcases how well prepared you have come for the interview and if you have done your research well. If an interviewer ask some thing like that, don't feel shy just say everything true like, your company has all qualities that's why i would like to join it, so and so (bla,bla,bla).

6)  “Why did you leave your previous job?”

Why did you leave your previous job
Mostly asked question it is. Generally every interviewer want to know that why should you leave your previous job? You should try to explain each reason that why should you leave it. You can give your answer in many ways like…
I found myself bored with the work and looking for more challenges. I am an excellent employee and I didn't want my unhappiness to have any impact on the job I was doing for my employer.
After several years in my last position, I'm looking for an company where I can contribute and grow in a team-oriented environment.
This position seemed like an excellent match for my skills and experience and I am not able to fully utilize them in my present job. That's why i would like to join your company.

7)  “What are your strengths?”

What are your strengths
This question seems to be straight forward, so there is no excuse for being unprepared. Concentrate on discussing your main strengths. When you are asked questions about your strengths, it's important to discuss attributes that will qualify you for the job. The best way to respond is to describe the skills and experience that directly correlate with the job you are applying for.

8)  “How has your education prepared you for your career?”

How has your education prepared you for your career
This question seems to an broad type question and sometime an interviewer ask that question in a tricky way, and people get confused, so if you are apply for a post, do research on that company and relates that post with your qualification.
Make comparison that you are right candidate for this job or not. For example an B.A student cannot apply for a post in IT sector. Because it is difficult to that job without any preference in computer sector. If you are an Commerce student then you should apply for a CA. Enhance your career opportunities by getting the training you need.

9)  “Where do you see yourself five years from now?”

Where do you see yourself five years from now
An interviewers ask this question is to see if you’re settling for this position, using it merely as a stopover until something better comes along. Or they could be trying to gauge your level of ambition. You are believing that if you perform each job at hand with excellence, future opportunities will take care of themselves.

10)  “How much salary would you expect?”

How much salary would you expect
Last but not the least, finally the question is arise that “How much salary would you except?” I know this is a straight forward question and some time it hesitates us. Generally when an interviewer ask this question people feel awkward and a cute smile on their face. But you don't need to feel hesitates, be active and Just tell them what salary you expect.

This was our pick of the 10 most popular and tricky interview questions. What was the trickiest question you’ve ever asked or been asked in an interview? If you have had success in interviews, then do share your experience with us via commenting!

All the Best:)