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Apple Retail Specialist was asked...30 April 2014

What is your favorite smell?

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Freshly cut grass.

the woods

The smell of my grandma making mashed potatoes

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Tell us about yourself ?

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use EES that is Education,Experience and Skills. Avoid personal info about yourself and focus on the the professional side especially your achievements at your present or last job Less

This is very helpful friend. A question though is how to apply and where?

Hi I am Faraz . I have done Graduation from Commerce stream in 2012 . I worked in International call center for 5 years in HCL Bserve Ltd Delhi Ncr . It was a technical sales UK process where I used to resolve the technical problem of the computer and sell our product for their solution . Currently I am working in Ajmal perfume from last 4 years Jan 2017 till now as a Counter sales in Dubai. I used to handle all the accounts work related to our store like cash handling, stock handling, transfer in and out, tally work, TRN invoice, making order on daily basis, bank deposit, display the product, handling all kind of customer from different countries and many more things. I learned Arabic Language as well because mostly we have Emiratis customer in our Store. I have done Tally 9.0 Less

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Tell me about yourself.

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Am a Cameroonian and I have an idea in business. Am not employ

Am a Cameroonian and I have an idea in business. Am not employ

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What will you bring to our team as an Apple employee?

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With descriptive qualities I feel I have that can contribute as a Specialist to the team (I am outgoing, flexible, a good listener, empathetic, love connecting with others, have a passion for learning and developing my skills, and I am a brand advocate for Apple, I personally use their products, and I can naturally talk about and endorse them) Less

Did you get a second interview ?

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Tell me about yourself

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This is the first question in almost any interview. Do not tell them your life story. Talk about your job experiences. This is what I said, “my name is Nicole, and I have a degree in XYZ from university of XYZ. I started my career in _____.” Etc. But don’t make it too long. Think of an “elevator pitch”. Less

This caught me off guard. I don't know why as it is the most common interview question. I stumbled through this but I think I did OK. Less

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The first interview is difficult because its unclear what they are looking for.

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The first interview is a personality test. Apple is testing your people's skills. They want to see how the people at your table react to you. If you are engaging, making eye contact. If the people at your table look interested in what you are saying, are they having a good time? It really is about how well you can fit in in a new place with new people. I thought it was easy but did see a lot of people struggling. It's a different kind of group interview, but if you have no problem meeting new people and getting along with others you'll be fine. Less

Be outgoing, be honest, do not praise Apple blindly or bash other companies just be friendly and participate. Thats what they look for. Less

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Plan a trip for me to (randomly chosen location). Ask me any questions you want to make sure I have the best experience possible.

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There's no wrong answer. They want to know how you work and think.

Interview the person with the following sequences of questions: 1) Your favorite locale? (people, place or time) 2) Any particular reason? (memory, fantasy, dream) 3) What the person would like to do? After you collect all the answers. Construct a scenario of the trip and see the reaction of the person. If positive, you've succeeded. If not, plan a different trip scenario. Less

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Advertise this paintbrush! What are its features and benefits?

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If this question was asked to me during an interview (especially if it is a sales position)..I would turn it around and ask the interviewer.."What are your needs when looking to purchasing a paintbrush?" "Give me two main features you are looking for"? When the interviewer gives me 2 features, I would embellish on those 2 features and be passionate about what those features can do for the customer and how it will improve their experience. Less

If this question was asked during an interview (especially if it is a sales position)..I would turn it around and ask the interviewer.."What are your needs when looking to purchasing a paintbrush?" "Give me two main features you are looking for"? When the interviewer gives me 2 features, I would embellish on those 2 features and be passionate about what those features can do for the customer and how it will improve their experience. Less

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If you could have a coffee with anyone, who would it be?

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We were asked this question also in a group interview with maybe 25 people. I said Desmond Tutu, turns out I was the only one who knew who he is. Kind of sad... Less

I wouldn't mind having a coffee with anyone. A friend, someone famous for their work, manager, colleague, whoever. As a coffee enthusiast i can start a conversation about their particular choice of coffee, my choice of coffee, life in general, career envision, etc. So.. Pretty much anyone for a nice chit chat ^^ Less

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Tell me about a time when you felt something was unfair towards you. What was the outcome?

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Inadvertently down-voted this, thinking it was a scroll button.

I believe what they are looking for is how you problem solve socially. Think of a conflict that you've had with peers that you were able to successfully resolve. Less

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