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DATA ENTRY INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

Tell me about yourself? Why do you want to work at this company? What did you like/dislike about your last job? What is your biggest accomplishment? What is your greatest strength? What is your greatest weakness? Do you prefer to work with others or on your own? What are your career goals?or Where do you see yourself in five years? 9) Tell me about a time that you had a lot of work to do in a short time. How did you manage the situation? 10) Have you ever had to work closely with a person you did not like? How did you handle the situation?
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What is a data entry operator?

A data entry operator is someone whos main function is to enter data into a computer. this function is not related to any particular sector and most of the time its an entry level position.

12) How much a data entry make?


It depends on the market, survey the salary of DEO in the market yourself. 13) WHAT IS DATA WAREHOUSING ? and WHAT IS DATA MINING? For extended periods of time. Because they are separate from operational systems, data warehouses provide retrieval of data without slowing down operational systems. Data warehouses facilitate decision support warehouses can work in conjunction with and, hence, enhance the value of operational business applications, notably customer relationship management CRM systems. Data warehouse architecture 14) What is Data Warehousing and What is Difference between data

warehousing and data mining?


This area of data mining is known as predictive analytic....Data warehousing is the storage of data, typically summarized and prepared for analytical purposes, in contrast to "operational" databases, which are used in the real-time operation of a business or other organization.Data mining is the search for relationships and global patterns that exist in large databases but are hidden among the vast

15) Define the cods rule for DEO? operations including view definitions, data manipulation operations update as well as retrieval, security and integrity constraints, and transaction management operations begin, commit, and rollback.Rule 6, and delete operators. This means that data can be retrieved from a relational database in sets constructed of data from multiple rows and/or multiple tables.This rule states that insert, update, and delete

Experience
The interviewer for a data entry position will ask about your experience in the field. If the question is broad, such as "What is your past experience with data entry?" you have plenty of options for your answer. If you have previous experience with entering data, list the last few jobs where you've done this.Tell the interviewer what type of data you've entered in the past. Give answers that pertain specifically to the position that you are applying for. If you know the new position requires you to type with both letters and numbers, explain that you can type fast using the number pad on the keyboard as well.

Strengths and Knowledge


The interviewer will also ask about your strengths in data entry. If you have an incredibly fast typing speed, this is the time to say so. Inform them about the different types of data entry you've done. You might say, "One of my strengths is that I'm used to both entering data as it's being given and entering data quickly off of a printed form." Giving a response with actual information about your skills shows the interviewer that your strength is something the company can use and that you are willing to go beyond what is necessary for the job.

Weaknesses
An employer may also ask, "What are your weaknesses?" You may take this as a general question about your personality, but it would be best to do a spin on weakness to answer regarding the specific job. Spin your weakness into a strength. Tell the interviewer that your weakness is that you sometimes take on too much work even if you already have a heavy workload. This "weakness" will show them that you have a drive and determination above most others.

Interest in Data Entry


An interviewer will also ask why you are looking for a job in data entry. The employer wants to find out if you're serious about the job or if you plan to leave in a couple of months. Relate your answer to your personality and let them know why you're a good fit for the position. Explain how you process data in a quick and efficient way, and bring up any computer skills. Say something like, "I've always loved computers and, because I can type quickly, it just made sense for me to make a career out of it."

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Do you have any previous data entry job experience? What is the needed to perform the work with excellence? Your resume tells me you are highly qualified. How come you opted for this kind of job? How do you think you can achieve the work assigned to you? Have you worked before in deadline oriented scenario? Tell us one instance where your skills and abilities helped your team leader to find a solution to a tricky matter? What is your salary expectation from the present job? Are you willing to work in night shifts? Data entry operators have to be very fast in typing. Do you agree? What is your typing speed? What are the softwares you have worked with so far? Would you like to add anything else to your profile?