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Tell me about Yourself?  | Job Interview Tips Q&A 
The First and most frequently asked question in any job interview.
They want to see how you react to the question. Highlight your accomplishments that are most relevant to this specific position, Tell them about yourself, your work, past work, your achievement, Your talent and your passion in a few lines. Remember not to give your answer longer than 2 - 3 minutes. This foremost question helps them to test your confidence and language skill. so give your answer carefully and confidently.  Check out the example below. 

Note - General Tips:
 - Don't Tell them your life story.
 - Don't throw the question back. Like, What do you want to know? or What are you expecting from me?
 - Don't mention all the qualities you think you have instead highlighted the qualities that they want on you.
 - Check out the Job responsibilities they are looking for or research the company's website.
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Answer 1: I am Crish NXT from ABC Town. I have done a BIT From Kathford University. I’ve been working for the past three years as a ....... During that time I’ve been trained and certified on a number of different courses and professional training. I'd describe myself as a person with a versatile skill and quick decision maker with a willingness to run an extra mile to satisfy my customer for the betterment of the company.

Answer 2: I am ............,  and I'm 58-year-old healthy and happy citizen I have been working with my career for almost 36 years both local and abroad as plant superintendent and I want to pursue my endeavor because of my dedication in this kind of works that makes satisfaction to share of my ability to the individual as personal commitment which I believe to create a good working force and reliable and responsible line of working personnel.