Most difficult interview question?

@akangirl (2437)
India
January 16, 2009 2:49am CST
Whats the most difficult interview question you have been asked? To me the most difficult question was when the HR gave me a reynolds pen and asked me to convince her into buying it and i have only 5 mins. Oh i just can't do it. what about you?
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5 responses
• India
16 Jan 09
that is quite difficult... but i think your interviewer might be just looking for some good points ... though you need not actually sell the pen. you can try telling how good the pen is.. or that is the pen that actually writes.. or it is simle.. you can just use your imagination...
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@rainmark (4306)
16 Jan 09
Hi I don't have yet an experience in job interview, i never yet applied still hunting the job as of now. Sometimes job interview is more scary compare to the questions that we had in school. To convinced her to buy that pen tell her that the writings is best. I have a good hand writing when using reynolds pen that's why i like it and it takes longer to use.lolz
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@stephcjh (32328)
• United States
16 Jan 09
Why do you feel you are eligible for this job? that is the hardest one for me, especially if I do not know much about it. I tell them that I am a good worker and fast learner though.
@tammytwo (4304)
• United States
16 Jan 09
I can't really think of any question right off the top of my head. Of course I haven't been for too many extensive job interviews. I have been one that for many years was too afraid to try for a job that I thought could be out of my league. So I have always looked for jobs that wouldn't really require a long, extensive interview.
@cybersoft01 (1287)
• India
16 Jan 09
Well, I suppose your interviewer was looking for a sales person. That's why he wanted to find out if you have the ability to persuade people into buying the stuff they don't need. For me, the most difficult question would be "Tell me about yourself" because I am never prepared what to say about myself particularly when there is a whole lot about me to tell. I mean, how can you summarize you whole life events and experiences and decide what is necessary to tell and what is not that important.