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Top Seven Tips to crack Group Discussion in an Interview

Seven Tips to crack GD for freshers

Many companies and institutes are making group discussion as the first criteria for screening the candidates for face-to-face interviews. And there is reason too for giving huge importance for Group Discussion.

First thing Group Discussion is used for mass elimination! And second thing group discussion selection criteria’s are based on actual company requirements. Communication and Group Discussion skill are two relevant soft skills that are must for software testers.

What skills are Judged in Group Discussion?

  •     How good you are at communication with others.
  •     How you behave and interact with group.
  •     How open minded are you.
  •     Your listening skill.
  •     How you put forward your views.
  •     Your leadership and decision making skills.
  •     Your analysis skill and subject knowledge.
  •     Problem solving and critical thinking skill.
  •     Your attitude and confidence.

Also One should follow below seven tips to crack a Group Discussion in any Interview.

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Keep eye contact while speaking:

Do not look at the evaluators only. Keep eye contact with every team member while speaking.

Initiate the GD:

Initiating the GD is a big plus. But keep in mind – Initiate the group discussion only when you understood the GD topic clearly and have some topic knowledge. Speaking without proper subject knowledge is bad impression.

Allow others to speak:

Do not interrupt anyone in-between while speaking. Even if you don’t agree with his/her thoughts do not snatch their chance to speak. Instead make some notes and clear the points when it’s your turn.

Speak clearly:

Speak politely and clearly. Use simple and understandable words while speaking. Don’t be too aggressive if you are disagreeing with someone. Express your feelings calmly and politely.


Make sure to bring the discussion on track:

If by any means group is distracting from the topic or goal then simply take initiative to bring the discussion on the track. Make all group members aware that you all need to come to some conclusion at the end of the discussion. So stick to the topic.

Positive attitude:

Be confident. Do not try to dominate anyone. Keep positive body language. Show interest in discussion.

Speak sensibly:

Do not speak just to increase your speaking time. Don’t worry even if you speak less. Your thoughts should be sensible and relevant instead of irrelevant speech. 

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