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You have a bat and a ball. The bat is 1 dollar more than the ball and they both add up to 1.50. How much are each?

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1.25 and 0.25

Why not 1.50 and 0.00 if question does not place any restrictions on values for bat and ball.

Why not $1.00 for bat and $.50 for the ball

Describe a situation where you made a mistake

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Do you have a 4 year college degree?

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Tell me about yourself,

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do you know sap

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These questions were not unexpectes as all of them are here on this site. I used this site to study and prepare. Why do you want to work for Target? What interests you about this position? What is your greatest strength/weakness? Where do you see yourself in 3-5 years? Always say store manager (they don't want to train you only to lose you to another company) How far are you willing to travel? 45-60 minutes from my apt Tell me about a time you came up with a creative solution to a problem. Tell me about a time you made a mistake and how did you deal with it. Tell me about a time you had to make a difficult decision. Tell me about a time you made sure someone received praise/credit. Tell me about a time you made a difficult decision with little information. Tell me about a time you spoke for a team when addressing an issue to your boss. Tell me about a time you had to handle a difficult person's performance. Tell me about a time you developed a coworker. Walk me through a time you worked on a group project at work or school and a member was not contributing and what did you do. Interview process is very slow and long so please be patient. Mine took about 6 weeks but it's probably because I skipped the phone interview. 3 months from application to training. I think it's worth the wait.

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When I was at the on-site interview, I toured the distribution facility and then did three back to back interviews with five behavioral questions per interview. They were very difficult questions. The questions were situational and asked about your experiences in your current and previous jobs. I felt like some of the questions were worded in a way that was difficult to answer it exactly. All three interviews had two people in them asking me questions back to back for a total of fifteen behavioral (short essay like) questions in the course of four hours. It was very intense, but it was also a very good and well paying job. My last piece of advice would be to get plenty of rest and practice your interview skills with family, friends, and your college career counselor so you will be well prepared. Also, use the S.T.A.R. method when answering your questions. Good luck!

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Tell me about a time you made mistake

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What do you personally think good customer service is?

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If you were asked to improve margin by 5% what would you do.

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