Step 1: What They Are Really Asking
Interpret the questions. What the interviewer really wants to know is what risks they are potentially taking by hiring you. It is also a stress question, and by asking you a stress question they can see how you operate under pressure.
Step 2: What They Don't Want To Hear
They don't want to hear that you have a huge weakness that can't be corrected under any circumstances, or anything that would have a drastic negative effect on your job performance. They also don't want to hear about a personal trait that has no bearing on the job itself.
Step 3: What They Do Want To Hear
They do want to hear you speaking honestly about a minor weakness you have, and that you are doing something about it. You should turn the negative into a positive and show that you are not only aware of this weakness, but doing something to change it.
Step 4: Good Luck!
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