Describe a time when you were asked to give your opinion or explain how you felt about giving your opinion in this questionnaire/survey; You should say:-
- what the questionnaire/survey was about?
- why did you were asked to give your opinion?
- what opinion do you give?
Sample Answer of Describe a Time When You Were Asked to Give Your Opinion
To be honest, such scenarios rarely happens to me. But on time. My friends and I had got together in which we usually gossiped and also talked about public issues, and at that time, one topic arose, which was a reservation. Lately, there has been a protest by doctors about a reservation. So we were talking, and I was against reservation. She asked me reasons why it shouldn't and what are the benefits. First, I hesitated, then she encouraged me and said that you should put your opinion so we will know you better then I explained to them that it is the reason behind discrimination and don't give everyone equal opportunity n all at last she convinced as said see like this you can change things. After that, I gain lots of confidence, and also, I never
Follow-ups of Describe a Time When You Were Asked to Give Your Opinion
Question 1:- What kinds of organisations want to find out about people’s opinions?
Answer- as far as I know, media needs because that is the only source from where things spread. And also, celebrate are asked in interviews.
Question 2:- Do you think that questionnaires or surveys are good ways of finding out people’s opinions?
Answer- it is effective but 60% because there are some people who Are biased and also result don't get accurate. But also it's a good idea to dig up new notions about topics.
Question 3:- What reasons might people have for not wanting to give their opinions?
Answer- I think that they think they must be judged. I am explaining my personal experience here because I have always thought about what people will think. And this is the major reason to not veiling opinion.
Question 4- Do you think it would be a good idea for schools to ask students their opinions about lessons?
Answer- yes, this will not only increase their knowledge, but also it will decrease the fear of judgment.
Question 5:- What would the advantages for schools be if they asked students their opinions?
Answer- They will get to know where their school lies. And can reckon the mentality of children of their school.
Question 6:- Would there be any disadvantages to asking students’ opinions?
Answer- I don't think. As far as I can see, it is only a benefit. So I don't think. Even I used to think there were disadvantages, but now I don't remember any despite the benefits.
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