What is a Behavioural-based interview?

In a behavioural-based interview itself, it is similar to a traditional interview in the sense that:


  • the candidate will still have a face to face interview and
  • get asked questions.

However, the questions will be behavioural based questions rather than the traditional asked questions.

The types of questions that can be asked in a behavioural interview are related to understanding the way that the candidate will react to a certain situation in the workplace. The interviewee will base the questions on


  • the past work experience that the candidates have achieved
  • for example, a question may be “Give an example of when you had to use your own initiative to solve a problem”.
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