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American Institute of Trucking
Admissions Representative was asked...August 21, 2015

What are some of your successes in your last position?

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I focus on my clients/customers needs first. I sell to them with confidence of product/ service. Less


Remington College

"Do you think a Supervisor should be liked of feared?"

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none. they should be respected and they should respect back. this sort of question is brought up to compare dictators "to be loved or to run with an iron fist" if you cross paths where you need to ask this question to someone you should fear that the supervisor is a very strict person. Less

Lincoln Tech

how long is the automotive tech course? what are the hours for the morning class? and evening class?

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you better take notes from the slide presentatio of you'll get these very hard interview questions wrong!!! Less

unless they have added courses the automotive class is 13-14 months morning class is from 8-2 night class is 5-9:30 Less

Florida Career College

Predetermined interview questions are asked (around the room in order) The last question is who, out of the room would you recommend and why (you cannot recommend yourself)

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Recommend a person that has background that resembles yours and why you would select that person. Less

I answered by picking the strongest person. I was very descriptive of what i saw in her. The idea here is to see how good you are at recognizing talent above your own. don't compare your self to anyone. They already know who you are at this point of the interview. Less

Brightwood College

Are you able to work with less than favorable potential students?

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Not after you told me about their past.

Remington College

How do you handle rejection?

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Remain positive and find other students that would be a better fit for the school. Less

The reality of the educational business is that not everyone will be a fit for the institution. However, being able to handle rejection is vital. There will always be other individuals who will be interested and have the qualifications to enroll in school. Maintaining a optimistic attitude can contribute to a positive outlook on the times when rejection comes. Less

Ultimate Medical Academy

How would you handle an angry caller?

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Ask them what's wrong and I am here to help answer any questions they may have.

Yes maddam/ Sir I know you are angry but can I assist you with the matter so we can get a positive result to resolve your issue. Less

Bryant & Stratton College

How do you feel about making 100-200 calls a day in order to influence prospects to enroll into classes?

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That is a ridiculous amount of calls. Are you kidding?

Why don't you just hire an Auctioneer instead?

Pima Medical Institute

What's your morning routine? Are you a hunter or a farmer? What's the last best thing you've done?(then went on to say that the last group had someone who donated his kidney)

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It was rapid fire answering around the table. I didn't get the position so I guess I answered wrong. Less

Do they drug test

Everest College

Tell us about a time where you were rejected?

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Being in sales currently, I would say rejection is about 50% of my current position, I deal with it on a daily basis. And being that I have done this for 5 years, there’s way too many instances for me to choose from to give you one specific example. However, I can say that I have become very good at handling rejection. I know that it is typically not personal so there are no hard feelings, the sale, experience, etc. must be right for all parties and if it’s not, that’s fine, there will be better fits. I just remain positive, look back at the situation and evaluate if I could have done something differently and keep it in mind for next time. Less

Typical sales job question, they want to see how you'll handle rejection since it happens so often in sales. Less

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