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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Teacher Interview Sample Questions and Answers

Teacher Interview Sample Questions on professional experiences are asked to understand the ability of the individual as a teacher and also to know the different challenges faced during the tenure.

1. Please help us with the name of the School/ University where you have worked with. Also what subjects did you teach and how many years did you invest there?


Answer: As the question clearly suggests, mention the name of the school / university you have worked with, the subjects taught, etc.

2. Please tell us about your most positive and negative experience you have had so far in your teaching career?
 
Answer: Explain each of your experience, positive and negative in as concise way as possible. Also mention the reasons behind why the experiences were positive and negative for you.

Call Center Interview Question and Answers (Sample)

If you are interested to join in a call center then these questions and answers are for you.

Question 1: Tell me about yourself. OR Describe yourself.

Answer: This is the most common interview question that employers ask in almost all types of interviews. Interviewers prefer to start with this question because it gives them an insight into a majority of the key aspects of your personality such as your confidence level, your public speaking skills, how fluent you are in a particular language and many more. If you show unbridled loquacity, especially when talking about yourself, then the interviewer might think that you are over-confident or you are boasting which is not good at all. Hence, keep your answer to the point and mention only those factors that are the prime requirements for obtaining employment in a BPO (Business Process Outsourcing).

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

GRE Sample Questions Reading Comprehension Part 4

1) Galileo Galilee was born in the year 1564 in Europe wracked by enriching havoc and spiritual disagreement. The father and popes of the Roman extensive Church, influential in their roles as both spiritual and worldly leaders, had established defenseless to the experienced and immoral spirit of the age, and their private dissipation brought the status of the papacy to momentous lows. In 1517, Martin Luther, an earlier priest, shows aggression Catholicism for having become too grown-up and politically crooked and for incomprehensible the basics of Christianity with pagan essentials. His improvement zeal, which requested to a concept of an unusual, “cleaned” Christianity, set in motion the Protestant restoration and divides European Christianity in two sections. In answer, Roman Catholicism strengthens itself for conflict and begins with the Counter improvement, which highlighted convention and loyalty to the right church. The Counter improvement reinvigorated the church and, to some point, eliminates its immoderation. But the Counter restoration also give to the turn down of the Italian rebirth, a recovery of arts and letters that required to get well and revise the traditional talent and beliefs of prehistoric Greece and Rome.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

GMAT Sample Questions Reading Comprehension Part 2

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below by choosing the most appropriate options of all.

1) Mother Teresa took birth in the year 1910, on August 27 in the city of Skopje in Macedonia. The original name of Mother Teresa was Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu. She was the youngest child of all the three children that were born to the couple, Nikola and Drane Bojaxhiu. Drane Bojaxhiu was a merchant by profession and was a very successful man. When she was of the age of five and a half, she received her First Communion that got confirmed in November 1916. She has deep love for all the earthly souls from the first day of her First Holy Communion. When she was about eight years, her father's sudden death left the family in difficult financial situations. After her father's death, her mother Drane raised all her children very firmly and lovingly. This greatly influenced the character and skills of Mother Teresa.
The lively Jesuit rural community of the Sacred Heart, in which Gonxha was involved, further aided the culmination of religious values in her. She was just a 12 year old girl child when she made a decision to be a missionary in order to spread the love of Christ. To achieve this goal, she left her home in Skopje, at the age of 18 and became a part of the Sisters of Loreto. This was an Irish community of nuns that were running missions in the country, India. After joining this community, she was honored with the name "Sister Mary Teresa" after St. Thérèse of Lisieux.
Mother Teresa came to India after taking a few months of training on the 6th of January, 1929. She took training in Dublin at the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary. On the 24th of May, 1931, as a nun, she took her first vows. During the period from 1931 to 1948, Mother Teresa used to teach at St. Mary's High School in Calcutta, India. There she taught the subjects called as geography and catechism.