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You should always answer yes and briefly explain why. This is great opportunity to showcase your achievements. A good answer would have elements which are not much detailed but explain that you have
set goals and you have met some and are on track to achieve the others.
You can also quote about good remarks received from co-workers, team members and supervisors which give a sense of fulfilment to you.
Interviews being our first interaction with the prospective employer, they try to gauge best information from us to understand our technical and functional fitment to the role they are looking at. With this question, the recruiter is trying to assess your past achievements, what does success means to you and which achievement milestones you consider important.
While answering this question, provide examples and evidences on how you achieved success at workplace in past, how do you set goals for yourself and your plan to work towards them, mention the challenges that would have come your way and how you managed to overcome them. Overall share your success mantra at personal and professional level.
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