I was initially rang so a date could be arranged for a phone interview. I thought this was good giving me time to prepare for the interview as best i could. I felt the interview was fairly straight forward with there being no curve ball questions so to speak, with all the questions being similar to those of what i had prepared for, such as what can you tell us about QA? What do you feel your main responsibilities would be in such a sales role? etc. Overall the interview lasted no longer than 15 minutes and was simply told they would get back to me.
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Didn't feel any of the questions were particularly difficult in this case as i had prepared for them in advance. However if i had not done so i may have struggled slightly.
Overall the questions asked were pretty basic and simple so if you prepare in advance you should breeze through the interview. So just make sure you know what the company does and stands for, have a clear understanding of why you are interested in the sales sector (or whatever the position is you are applying for) and make sure you know what your main skills are and how they would be fully utilized in such a role.
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