Executives count on administrative assistants to keep busy schedules and company activities as clear and easy-to-navigate as possible. Expect questions about your organizational, time management, and communication skills. Many of these questions will be story-based, so come ready to explain a time when you successfully juggled multiple deadlines or were able to handle difficult customers at the front desk. Though these interviews focus primarily on soft skills, you may be asked to answer a question about your ability to use basic administrative software.
From 1st annoyed guy: "How would you handle competing deadlines when all of us come to you at 4:30 and our projects are due at 5pm and we're all equally important?"
Nothing appeased this guy. You could tell him how and why that wouldn't happen and he wasn't having it. You could tell him how you would address it if it actually happened that way. Nope. I think what he actually wanted to hear was "I'll do yours first and then everyone else's."
Fist of all i will look who come first and start with him, because i will not said i can't do it to any one , then start to the first coming and do it in a not shall, then second to first , third and four one , or i can ask the most important one ,among them i can start with it, and do in a hurry.