- Q: What are you going to do in case the baby choked?
A: Put the baby on my lap on his stomach and tap his back until the object comes out, if not call 911.
- Q: What are the different cycles in a washing machine?
A: First cycle is soak, then rinse and finally dryer.
- Q: How do you operate a Microwave Oven?
A: Put the food inside, plug the socket, set the timer on the desired time needed depending what you cook, then turn the power on.
- Q: What''s the difference between the ordinary oven and microwave oven?
A: Microwave oven speeds up the heating process.
- Q: How much money are you going to bring to Canada?
A: About $500.00 to $1,000.00 Canadian dollars.
- Q: Is your hushband going to depend on your income?
A: No, because he got his own job.
- Q: How long do you intend to stay in Canada?
A: I intend to settle in Canada for good, with my family someday.
- Q: I''m sorry but you are over-qualified (applicable only to degree holder).
A: I don''t think so maam/sir. I am a professional but I assure you that I am capable of doing all the household chores. Besides I have the experience in babysitting/elderly care and housekeeping.
Tips to consider during the interview:
- Greet the interviewer politely.
- Sit properly (relax and don''t cross your legs)
- Maintain eye to eye contact.
- Speak clearly to convince the officer that you can communicate in English well.
- Be consistent and truthful to your answers.
- Give direct answers and don''t stammer.
- Never, under any circumstances, ask for any interpreter.
The most important of all pointers is ---- Pray for strength and guidance from the Lord.
Please be informed of the following circumstances surrounding your present job contract:
- Basic pay per month
- Room and board deductions
- Net pay after Income tax deductions: $
- Basic duties includes childcare, elderly care and general housekeeping.