The hottest national civil servant interview 10 cl

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In the interview of civil servants, the answers to some questions are regular, and some questions seem simple and often dangerous, which need the attention of candidates. The following is the analysis and reference answers of 10 common questions for the reference of the majority of candidates

I. Introduction questions:

please briefly introduce your resume and family situation

[analysis] at the beginning of the interview, the examiner will generally ask the candidates about their family situation, such as family population and their work situation, family financial sources, whether they decide to come to the unit to take the exam or their parents' opinions, etc. There are two purposes for the examiner to ask such questions: first, it will lead to the difference of experimental results. At the beginning of the interview, the candidates are a little nervous and emotionally unstable. Asking some questions that the candidates are most familiar with and easy to answer can make them relax and eliminate tension; Another purpose is to understand your family and your relationship by asking questions in this regard, so as to find out who you are, how good your family environment is and how it affects you. If the former is just to trigger a topic and eliminate the tension that must be maintained by saving resources, then the latter may be the intention of the examiner. Because any unit hopes that the new staff has superior conditions, no family burden or little burden, which is conducive to your development and can concentrate on their work

therefore, when the examiner asks you about your family and doesn't tire of asking many questions, you should tell the truth. If your family is in good condition, you must show and make the other party believe that you can concentrate on your work in your answer. If your family has difficulties, you can also speak out realistically, but you must state your determination and confidence to overcome them and the measures to overcome them. In this way, the employer can remove their concerns about you, so that they can hire you with confidence

in addition, when answering such questions, the language should be concise and concise, and it is enough to speak clearly. Don't be wordy and full of nonsense

II. Imagination test questions:

please use "pressure, imminent escape, giving up, effort, destiny" to form a story

[analysis] this type of question is also more common in civil servant interviews, which examines the candidates' reaction ability and verbal expression ability to avoid hurting people's eyes. However, this kind of primary school students' sentence making test also appeared in the tests participated by highly educated candidates. Many candidates scratched their ears and cheeks, and finally realized that the best quality of civil servants was imagination. Examinee friends don't have to be afraid of this kind of test question. As long as you give full play to your imagination and fluent language, the answer will be very excellent

[reference answer] as the exam approaches, some candidates may feel increasingly stressed, feel that they have too many deficiencies, too many people better than themselves, too much to do, and time is too tight. Everything seems to be beyond their imagination and bearing capacity, so some students may have the idea of escaping and even make the decision to give up. In fact, we have made a lot of efforts for this. If we persist again, our destiny will be completely different

III. test questions

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please talk about your advantages and disadvantages

[analysis] this question mainly tests the comprehensive quality of the candidates themselves, examines the candidates' correct understanding of the basic quality of talents, and whether they can evaluate themselves comprehensively and objectively. The examiner can also see whether the examinee is confident (or proud or inferior) from the examinee's answer

in addition to the above three points, candidates should also pay attention to the following points when answering:

(1) although this is your subjective evaluation, which is greatly affected by personal confidence and value orientation, the advantages and disadvantages you describe may not be consistent with the actual situation, but your statement will affect the examiner's judgment of your ability to a certain extent. Therefore, it is suggested that candidates should appropriately elevate and beautify themselves without violating the principle of seeking truth from facts, and should not be too modest. For example,

it is clear that you speak fluently, have clear structure and clear hierarchy in the interview, but you modestly say that your language expression ability needs to be improved, and the examiner is likely to be affected by your negative conclusion when making a conclusion

(2) everyone has advantages. Candidates actually have many advantages, such as: hard study, strong collective concept, good at analyzing problems, strong interpersonal communication skills, and even listening to their mother's words and being loyal to love. However, candidates must highlight the key points, that is, excellent characteristics and advantages related to the position they apply for. If the advantages repeatedly emphasized by candidates are actually very general, it will backfire; Similarly, when talking about shortcomings, we should also start from these two points, not too specific or even just the opposite. Two measures can be taken: one is to "avoid the truth and avoid the emptiness", talk about some insignificant shortcomings, and don't be too frank to expose the major defects in your ability structure; The second is to talk about some so-called "security shortcomings", which are shortcomings in some occasions, but may be advantages in other occasions. For example, you are difficult to get along with those who are not responsible for your work, and often delay your work due to demanding perfection. However, in the eyes of some experienced examiners, he will think you are a "veteran", so you should use it with caution

(3) when talking about advantages, we should pay attention to expression, expression, intonation, etc., and should "keep a low profile". Sometimes they can express their hope and efforts to "go to a higher level"; When talking about shortcomings, don't stop at the shortcomings themselves, but focus on your determination and action to overcome them

(4) don't talk in general terms. You can explain it in combination with examples, although the examiner didn't make clear requirements

(5) don't talk about more than three advantages specifically or emphasize, otherwise it will be wordy; We can only talk about one defect, and it's not good to talk too much

IV. trap questions:

what's your opinion on the saying that civil servants are slow to be promoted and have endured years in the unit

[analysis] this kind of question is extremely deceptive. If you are not careful, you will say your dissatisfaction, resulting in a loss of points. The strategy of comparative insurance should: (1) admit that this situation exists in reality; (2) Say that you don't recognize this practice, and you won't do it yourself. I believe our country will not allow this kind of situation to spread

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