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Problem-solving is a mental process that involves discovering, analyzing, and solving

problems. The ultimate goal of problem-solving is to overcome obstacles and find a solution that best resolves the issue.

Problems themselves can be classified into two different categories known as ill-defined and well-defined problems.

The following steps include developing overcome and / or deal with problems:

1. Identifying the Problem

2. Defining the Problem

3. Forming a Strategy

4. Organizing Information

5. Allocating Resources

6. Monitoring Progress

7. Evaluating the Results

There are a number of different ways that people go about solving a problem.

Some common examples of problem-solving interview questions?

  1. What was the most stressful situation you faced at work or in personal life? ...

  2. Describe a situation at work / home, when you were faced with a problem you could not solve. ...

  3. Are you the type of person who will always try to solve the problem on your own before asking for help?

You can answer;

  • Describe a time you had to solve a problem. How did you do it and what was the result?

  • Give an example of a time you identified and fixed a problem before it became urgent. Tell me about a time you predicted a problem

In problematic situations. consider yourself as a problem solver, and have a specific strategy when it comes to dealing successfully. So, your main goal is to identify each problem early and address it.

I hope this article is helpful for you.

For further help, please approach a Clinical Psychologist to get expert help.

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Sailaja Pisapati

Consultant - Clinical Psychologist

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