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n this part of the task you will again access the virtual interview platform – Big Interview – to respond to a range of generic and discipline specific interview questions. The selected interview...

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n this part of the task you will again access the virtual interview platform – Big Interview – to respond to a range of generic and discipline specific interview questions. The selected interview questions will be of representative the types of questions usually posed to candidates interviewing for graduate science roles. You will be required to respond to four interview questions and then reflect on your responses and your ‘performance’ in an interview setting. This will be a written reflection of 800 to 1000 words and should include your thoughts about your preparation for the interview, your strengths and weaknesses in the interview, what you feel went well and what you might do differently next time. You will also be required to submit a short recording of your interview responses.


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Parul answered on May 05 2020
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Interview Questions
Q1) What interest me more about Science?
Ans1) Always been a curious child, I liked to ask questions & fascinated to know the answers. This wold is filled with phenomenon occu
ing on daily basis that drives me more towards this subject. For example, from knowing the rationale behind the colour of sky to understanding the evolution of world as a whole, I feel Science is what interest me.
Moreover, now while growing up I found that there is much more to Science than just being a subject. It just doesn’t give answers to my childhood questions but also provides me a sense of satisfaction to understand why or how things occur in certain manners. Leverage that comes from knowing this subject by permuting & combining factors urges me to keep questioning & answering as I grow up. I understand the world better because of Science. It provides me logic and order in what might otherwise seem chaotic.
Q2) In our generation, we really value people who can problem solve and think on their feet. Describe a situation where I demonstrated such?
I believe, problem solving skill is pivotal in our daily life. This is so because we can’t get a sure short answers every time we run into trouble. Market dynamics are always changing so is our lives. Interesting views was expressed in the article. “Positive Qualities of Millennials” (LeBoeuf A., 2017), we are the generations of Millennials, who are often told to change with time as it is the only constant. Hence, our problems might be completely different from what we our taught and in scenarios like these only our analysis, vigilance & intent can help us to solve anything.
Essentially, problem-solving skills in its literal terms associates to my ability to identify issues, roadblocks and opportunities and then develop and implement effective ways to achieve the goal. There are many...
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