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How to handle situation based questions ?
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Tackling situation based questions on ethical dilemma and stress .

Sourabh Joneja
MBA (Mktg), B Sc , Ex banker, Selected as RRB scale 3 manager. Educator since 2011. Subject matter expert for Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoni

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  3. About me Graduated from BU Post Graduation (MBA-Mktg) from Lu. Over 10 Yrs of corporate work experience in FMCG, Banking & Education sector. -Selected as Scale 3 Officer in Shreyas Gramin Bank. Educator since 2011 Subject Matter Expert for Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning ability, Banking Awareness and Marketing Management. Groomed, Educated and Guided over 1o000 students so far Love Travelling, Cooking and Reading. Presently running my own Institute and a Youtube channel by the name of Excel& Exceed Education.

  4. Answering Situation Based Questions Situation based questions are often asked to check your presence of mind & problem solving approach. These are also helpful in judging candidates attitude towards a problem and how would he/she react in a stressful situation or when they face a dilemma. Situation based questions are open ended questions and each candidate will have a unique way at looking at them. You can be given a hypothetical problem in which you have to take a decision. Or you will be given a scenario where you have to make a choice between 2 alternatives. These questions generally do not have any right or wrong answers. Panel members are actually interestedto see how you react or RATHER RESPOND when you face a situation.

  5. Answering Situation Based Questions Keep calm and take your time to analyse the problem first and only then answer. Whatever solution you come up with, should be practical and justifiable In case of ethical dilemma, go with the solution which is morally and ethically correct. A simple commonsensical approach is the best way to deal with such questions. In case you have no clue about the situation and how to handle it you can always say that you would seek the help of your seniors/faculty members/boss to guide you.

  6. Situation Based Questions (FAQs) What would you do next if not selected? What would you do if your senior/boss asks you to do something which is against the company/organizations policy? What would you do if you saw a colleague stealing stationary from the office? What would you do if you had to work with a person you didn't get along with? Tell me about a time you set a goal for yourself. How did you go about ensuring that you would meet your objective?

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