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If you were given a box of pencils, list 10 things you could do with them that are not their traditional use.

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While innocuous, this question was incredibly silly and only served to derail my train of thought during the interview.

I think the question actually measures your ability to be creative, and respond quickly with limited time and resources (something necessary for many roles today). Besides, the question is fun :) Create a pencil cup (irony), picture frame, hair sticks, hole punch, play darts, build a model bridge/road/house, make a serving tray, make file trays (more office irony).

1) Make a picture frame, hold your bun together, 2)Attach 2 to a picture to create an easel, rubber band them together and use them to roll under your tired feet, use the erasers as earing holders 3) Glue them together and top with a tile to create a hot pad 4) Ease stress by using two as drumsticks 5) Attach paper/penants to use them for identifiers for cupcakes, 6) Attach a laminated piece of paper to use in a garden to show which crops are growing where. 7) Use as darts on a lawn or paper strung between two trash cans 8) Decorate a box, i.e. make a log cabin roof look 9) Punch holes 10) Create directional arrows for walls/halls

How to convert from high impedance to low impedance?

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What are your stengths

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What do you understand by investment banking

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Bigest weaknesses?

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The questions were very unstructured

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What I wanted to get from my Internship and how I would want to be developed.

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Why do you want to work at Microsoft?

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After the system demonstration I was again irritated to be asked if I could find any opportunity for putting the software into my current employers business. The whole effort felt like a shambolic backwards sales attempt

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Competency based questions Scenario based questions. Questions about Microsoft future strategy.

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