Dear R.K.
There can be no 'tailored-made best answer' to this or to any other question at an interview. What is needed is you assess, analyze, apportion your strengths, capabilities and skills and how you would best balance them in terms of the designated job requirement. If you can develop your response as a response to "Why we should hire you?" keeping the suggestions in mind, you would not only sound rational and logical , but also natural (when most applicants come up with a robotic answer that shows ) and you will have come up with the most appropriate and acceptable answer.
Take care, and be careful in how you communicate your message in such an environment.
The best of luck
Arif ur Rehman

From Pakistan, Karachi
How to give the best performance in an interview
Job interviews are always a case of butterflies for job seekers. Making a good impression on the interview and performing well is what the job seeker still needs.
There would be no second chance to justify yourself if you missed impressing in the first round. We are delighted in serving you to put your best performance in an interview. Look at the below points and perform like an expert.
1. Dress for Success.
2. Carry Confidence
3. Know about the Company /Position.
4. Steal success in the first five minutes.
5. Clear about your ‘Selling Points’.
6. Always sound positive.
7. Master the standard interview questions.
8. Have a grasp of the interviewer’s expectations.
9. Paint positive in the concluding notes.
10. Never give up.
“A lot of us, for instance, are very good at our jobs but hopeless at job interviews.” ― Karl Wiggins.
Let us have a concise suggestion about the points given above.
1. Dress for Success:
The famous proverb ‘First impression is the best impression’ suits well for the interview. What you put on for an interview is essential. Dress formally or less formal depending upon the company’s work environment and the position you are applied.
2. Carry Confidence:
The way you carry yourself scores more in the interview. Make sure that you are sparkling with soft skills. Making eye contact, standing straight, and a firm handshake will sound confident.
3. Know about the Company/ Position:
Learning about the company and the position you applied for is the foremost thing you have to work out before presenting an interview. Every interviewer wishes to see whether you are excited about the job. Do some research about the company and the position.
4. Steal the boom in the first five minutes:
The initial five minutes in an interview process is extremely crucial. As a job seeker, you must create the best in you within five minutes. And for the interviewer, the first five minutes is so ample enough to evaluate whether you are worthy for the position. So be spirited and stamp that you are suited for the job role.
5. Clear about your ‘Selling Points’:
Make sure you prepare three to five selling points before going for the interview. Remember that your selling points should go hand in hand with the job description. By explaining this, you will persuade the interviewer to offer a job or not.
6. Always sound positive:
Nobody appreciates an individual who says negative. Stay clear and polish your answers with positivity. Even if the interviewer asks like “What is your weak point?” or “What do you least like in your earlier company”, have it in mind that you do not sound negative.
7. Master the standard interview questions:
Prepare on the typical interview questions that you may have on every interview. Here are the examples: “Tell me about yourself, why we should hire you?, Why are you leaving the current job.”
8. Have a grasp of the interviewer’s expectation:
Have it in mind that the interviewer holds your job offer. You have to grasp what the interviewer
is expecting and answer accordingly. It is in your hands to pry the proposal from the interviewer.
9. Paint positive in the concluding notes:
Closing in a positive note is as important as the opening. Tell the interviewer you are interested in the job. Convince him you are excited to work there. Once again, put forth your selling points and how you are eligible for the position. Just jot down what you liked in the interview, and this will create a better impression.
10. Never give up:
If your interview went wrong, don’t lose hope. If you believe you are eligible for the job, but you did not perform well in the interview, then write to the interviewer you are fit for the job. Don’t give up. Just give another shot by explaining the reasons behind your poor communication and reason out why you are suitable for the position.
Make sure you cover all the points and perform well in the interview like a pro!!!

From India, Bangalore

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