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Dec 6, 2011
Assumption 1, You make a mistakes
Assumption 2, You learn from them

Answer: If I learn from my mistakes they are not mistakes, please rephrase your question.
 
 
Oct 15, 2011
I absolutely, positively hate questions like this. Another one I hate is "What is your biggest fault?"

Obviously they're gotchas, but I never know how to answer them.
 
 
Oct 15, 2011
I once heard a story about a guy who was taking a polygraph test for a security clearance. Once the interviewer got him angry enough to decide he didn't want the job anymore, he answered the next question with "No, but don't ask me about sheep."
 
 
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Aug 30, 2011
Actually asked to me:
1. What`s your worst chracter trait? I said: honesty, I`ve learnt honesty is not rated that high any more
2. If I ran into a friend of your`s, what would he tell me of you? Me (stunned): uuuuh, why don`t we try this, I`ve some numbers you can call.
3. Why would you take this job, it seems not to connect to your education? My answer on that was too serious, I didn`t get the job.
Then I was hired at a different company where the president spoke 65% of the job interview about his memories and vision and me being the flavour-of-that-day to his conversation.
 
 
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Aug 22, 2011
Oh - I thought those handfuls were what went into M c d ooonalds
 
 
 
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