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ACCENTURE INTERVIEW QUESTIONS


  1. Tell us something about yourself. 
  2.  Why do you want to work at Accenture?
  3.  What do you know about Accenture?
  4.  Tell us your 2 strengths and weakness. Give examples. 
  5.  Why did you score comparatively less marks in Class 12th?
  6.  Rate your communications skills on a scale of 1-10. 
  7.  Will you be happy to relocate, if required?
  8.  Are you comfortable working late nights, if project demands?
  9.  Do you know anyone who works for accenture?
  10.  What qualities would you like to see in your boss?
  11.  What would you do if you are not hired today?
  12.  How much salary do you expect?
  13.  Would you like to ask us anything?
  14. Assuming that you are selected, what will be your strategy for next 60 days?
  15.  How would you improve upon our product/ company?
  16. Don’t you think, you are overqualified for this position?
  17. Have you ever had a problem with your peer? Can you give us an example?
  18. I see, there’s some gap in your work history. Why?
  19. Can you tell us something about your previous boss?
  20. Is there anything that you do not like about your last or current job?
  21. Have there been instances, when your decision was challenged by your colleague or manager?
  22. If you are allowed to change one thing about your last job, what would it be?
  23. How long can you commit to work with us?
  24. You seem to be drawing a good salary. Will you be OK in taking a salary cut? 
  25. What is your expected salary?
  26. Would you like to ask us anything?
  27. Why do you think should we take you for this job?
  28. Why do you want to leave your present job or why did you leave your last job?
  29. What is your greatest strength?
  30. What is your greatest weakness?
  31. What is your greatest achievement?
  32. Are you ambitious?
  33. Are you speaking to some other companies? Or how is your job search going on?
  34. What was your biggest mistake?
  35. You have stayed for a long time with your last company-Why?
  36. Why haven’t you got a job yet?
  37. You do not have all the experience we are seeking for this position.
  38. Why do you want to quit your present job?
  39. Have you ever made a mistake at work? How did you rectify it?
  40. What major problems did you face in your last role?
  41. Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?How do you feel about doing repetitive work?
  42. How did you manage to attend this interview during your working hours?
  43. Would you like to work in a team or on your own?
  44. If your last boss was present here, what do you think he would tell us about you?
  45. Has your career developed as you had liked?
  46. Your expected salary?
  47. What will you do if you are offered a job with a salary higher than this?
  48. Do you want to ask us something about the company?

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