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Entry level marketing Interview Questions

"Working an entry level marketing job demands good judgment-making, advertising, and communication skills. Thus, in an interview context, expect to be tested on your technical marketing questions, your knowledge on the company, and how you hope to advance in your marketing career in the future. As you are hoping to enter the marketing world, employers will expect you to role-play a scenario where you must sell them a product, or even treat the whole interview as a sales pitch in itself. Come with a confident and positive attitude and display a strong work ethic."

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What is an abstract class and why would you use it?

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It's used to subclassing.

In Java, an abstract class is a class which contains abstract methods, which are methods with declarations but no implementations. The methods are implemented by sub-classes of the abstract class. This gives more flexibility to those methods making it easier to tailor them to your use.

What is an accrual?

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What do you consider while starting a project

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Using what we have used to define sales, give me an example of a situation in which you have had to use collaborative selling? What made the situation difficult and what was successful about it?

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What motivates you?

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Name a situation where you had to work with someone of an older generation.

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What is the difference between direct and in-direct marketing?

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Do you work well with people?

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Tell me about a decision you made that was wrong, what did you do to fix it?

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How do you respond to stress?

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