An Interview is essentially a conversation, through the
several special features, one group controls the
proceedings and contributes mainly questions the other
PREPARING FOR AN INTERVIEW:
You may be the best candidate for a job, but that is no
guarantee that you will
be offered it. Experience & qualifications are important, but
you may also have
to sell yourself as the best person for the post.
Present yourself as what you are in a very positive way.
Update your self with the latest developments in the industry.
Consider what the interviewers likely prejudices and dislikes
may be, and take
these into account when answering and unveiling your
Know your strengths and analyse your skills & experience to
the job description
For many people the time before an interview is a nerve
The interview does not require you to take on the role of
victim. It is a dialogue
and you are an active participant. The company have to find
someone to fill a
post and need the successful candidate as much as he or
she needs the
company. So when you walk into the interview room, remind
yourself that the
interviewers are under your scrutiny as much as you are
Greet the interviewer with politeness & assertiveness
Have a firm hand shake
Be friendly without being familiar.
Don’t clutch your heart and confide, I am so nervous.
A resume is a document used by
individuals to present their background and
skillsets. Résumés can be used for a
variety of reasons but most often to secure
new employment.A typical résumé contains
a summary of relevant job experience and
education. The résumé is usually one of
the first items, along with a cover letter and
sometimes job application packet, that a
potential employer encounters regarding
the job seeker and is typically used to
screen applicants, often followed by an
interview, when seeking employment.
Be aware of your body language.
Make sure your body language is sufficiently receptive
Do not turn away from the interviewer, or wrap your arms
around your chest in self protection.
Do not gaze out of the window, giving the interviewer the
impression that you are not listening.
DO’S WHEN ANSWERING QUESTIONS:
Do keep your sentences short & to the point.
Do end your answers with positive points whenever you
Do avoid unnecessary personal disclosures
Technical language is fine if you are absolutely sure of its
DON’TS WHEN ANSWERING QUESTIONS:
Don’t launch into an answer without taking time to
assemble your thoughts.
Don’t make comments such as, that is an interesting
question! While nodding your head safely – a head that is
all too obviously empty of ideas.
Don’t talk in the abstract. This may give the impression
that you cannot or will not commit yourself to a fine
Don’t use words such as one or people. Be personal and
use a specific examples.
The above are some of the rules
and techniques that have to be
followed before and during an
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