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OSCE Interview Questions

OSCE Interview Questions

These OSCE interview questions are asked to see if potential employees have critical thinking skills and self-awareness.

Language Assistant Interview Questions

  • Why do you want to work for OSCE?
  • What do you know about it?
  • Describe your experience in translation/interpretation services.
  • Describe a challenging translation experience.
  • Describe a situation where you have to translate opinions that are different from your own.
  • Practical task: oral consecutive translation from one language to the second and reverse. 

OSCE interview questions for General interview

— Why did you apply for this position?
— Examples of situations when your initiative ideas.
— How would you decide on your objectives?
— What kinds of situations do you find most stressful?
— Do you work well under pressure?
— Give examples of ideas you’ve had or implemented.
— What can you do for us that other candidates cant?
— What are you looking for in terms of career development?
— Specific example of a time when criticised your work.
— Give an example of a time you successfully worked on a team.

OSCE interview questions for Face to Face interview

— Are you willing to work overtime at OSCE?
— How have you coordinated the work of your team to achieve target goals?
— Are you good at working in a team?
— Do you find your job exciting or boring?
— What were your starting and final levels of compensation?
— Tell me about a time when you successfully handled a situation?

OSCE interview questions for Structured job interview

— What interests you about this job?
— How do you see your job relating to the overall goals?
— What is the highest-level job one can hold in this career?
— What is a typical career path in this job function?
— Tell me about your work experience? How has it prepared you for a career at OSCE?
— Situation where others disagreed with your ideas.

OSCE interview questions for Case job interview

— Are you good at working in a team?
— What was the last project you headed up, and what was its outcome?
— Why do you want to work for OSCE?
— Tell me about your proudest achievement.
— When were you most satisfied in your job?
— How do you cope without motivation?
— What was the most important task you ever had?
— What is the difference between a good position and an excellent one?
— What have you been doing since your last job?
— Have you ever had difficulty working with a manager?

OSCE interview questions for Phone interview

— Have you found any ways to make job easier?
— How important is it for you to have a career at OSCE?
— How do you think you can make a contribution to OSCE?
— Tell about a training program that you have developed.
— What don’t you like about working at OSCE and what would you change?
— What have you done to contribute toward a teamwork environment?
— Tell me about an important goal that you set in the past.
— Tell me about a difficult experience you had in working.
— What are three positive character traits you don’t have?
— What are you expecting from this firm in the future?
— Who was your favorite manager and why?

OSCE interview questions for Video interview

— What would you say are your strong points?
— What were the responsibilities of your last position?
— What parts of your education do you see as relevant to this position?
— What do you think, would you be willing to travel for work?
— What negative thing would your last boss say about you?

OSCE interview questions (Competency Based job interview)

— How do you feel about taking no for an answer?
— Why did you decide to pursue this career?
— What was the most complex assignment you have had?

OSCE interview questions (Strengths and Weaknesses)

— What do you believe are your key strengths?
— Who else have you applied to/got interviews with?
— What do you consider your most significant accomplishment?
— What do you think this position involves.
— Tell me about your strengths.

OSCE interview questions (Communication skills)

— When were you happy at work?
— Do you participate in many social activities with your co-workers?
— Tell me about your experiences at school.
— In what ways are you a team player?
— Do you prefer working with others or alone?

OSCE interview questions (Behavioral interview)

— Have you ever had to deal with conflicting deadlines?
— A team experience you found disappointing.
— What kind of events cause you stress on the job?
— Has anything ever irritated you about people you’ve worked with?
— What kinds of situations do you find most stressful?

Difficult OSCE interview questions

— Have you ever had to deal with conflicting deadlines?
— How would you describe your work style?
— What don’t you like about working at OSCE and what would you change?
— What do you think you can bring to this position?
— Did you have faults as a leader? Describe the situation.
— Give an example of how you worked on team.
— Tell me about a time when you successfully handled a situation?

More OSCE interview questions:
— What steps do you follow to study a problem before making a decision?
— What do you plan to earn five and ten years from now?
— Do you prefer mashed potatoes or home fries?
— If you had to turn down a request from a valued client, what would you do?
— Would you choose the same curriculum again?
— If you come across an unethical behavior what would you do?

Tips on how to pass OSCE interview successfully

  • Find out everything you can about the company, its culture and its goals.
  • Find out which qualification the interviewers expect, training courses, applying procedures, etc.
  • Illustrate your examples with experiences from previous jobs, internships, activities, team involvements and community services.
  • Try to answer OSCE interview questions completely.
  • If interviewing for a professional-level position, be ready to answer questions about standards within the industry. Make sure to tell the interviewer about the positive results your actions produced.
  • Be very thoughtful about your answer. Note down your answers. These may be useful later if the interviewers wish to confirm any answer with you as they forget or wish to discuss more.
  • If you do not have specific experience, get as close as you can. Be yourself. Don’t pretend to be somebody else. The interviewers want to know the real you, the potential candidate they may accept in.
  • Answer OSCE interview questions pertaining to job qualifications and skill sets honestly.
  • Just try to stay focused on the job you’re interviewing for.
  • Be ready with a short prepared answer but make sure it doesn’t sound rehearsed.

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