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Please note that during Interview, there is no Right or Wrong answers.
Mainly it all depends on how confident you are in giving your answers. A little hesitation and that leads to self doubt and interviewer catches you then.
Your effectiveness is quite personal. Be tricky and diplomatic in Answering them.
If you say Good then they will ask you for a rating, and if you say bad they will loose confidence in you.
Rather leave the ball in their court.
"If I land a Job here, means I have been effective". can be an answer that will put the interviewer into the thinking.
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