Make your SBI PO interview experience remarkable
Posted by GuduruKarthik on November 3rd, 2014
After the release of SBI PO exam results in August, there was a celebration mood all across the country. But the party lasted only for a short haul. With the Phase II of the recruitment i.e. Group Discussion and Interview commencing on 8th Oct, the candidates are anxious. In view of making the upcoming SBI PO interview experience a grand success, the qualified candidates say their preparation is back on track.
Having passed the most difficult level - the written examination, now it is the time to prove your talent in Phase II. In the rounds like Written Examination and Group Discussion, you directly compete with others and sometimes struggle to attract the attention of the recruiter. But it is the ‘Personal Interview’ round that creates a platform to showcase your skills. However well you do in other rounds if the interviewer is not happy with your performance, there are high chances you may not be selected. This is the bitter truth. Also, there is huge competition for the limited 1800+ vacancies for the posts of PO. With the best talent of the country topping the merit list, everyone is out to win. But to break through them and reach the top position is possible only with proper planning and preparation. So, let us start by knowing the types of questions asked in the interview:
Types of Questions:
Now with the grip on questions, the next thing you should do is prepare your answers. Here are a few steps to follow to get your ticket to success:
Those who had the SBI PO interview experience shared the following details about the interview. The duration of the interview will be approximately 15 to 20 minutes. The mark-winner is the body language – it is noticeable from the time you enter the interview room. And like it is always said ‘First impression is the best impression’, your answers to first two or three questions would create an impression in the interviewer’s mind.
Always remember, the SBI PO interview experience is as stressful to interviewers as it is to you. Just like how you portray your skills to show you’re worth the job, the interviewer also searches answers for ‘Why should I hire him?’ Hence, always carry a confident posture.
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