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Get Hired! Ace That Job Interview

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With job interviews the more thorough your preparation, the most likely your chance of being hired. This presentation contains information, tips and tools to help you ace any job interview.

With job interviews the more thorough your preparation, the most likely your chance of being hired. This presentation contains information, tips and tools to help you ace any job interview.

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  • 1. Do your homework Research the company ; go on the internet and get as much information as possible, use various specialist sites such as ft.com/marketsdata to familiarize yourself with the company or organization that is interviewing you. The more you know, the closer you get to the job. As you gather information, you will gain a sense of control.  Stress is caused in part by uncertainty.  Remember the 3Ps – P repare, P lan, and be P ositive. 2. Prepare   Before hand, get a paper and a pen, prepare a list of interview questions that you expect to be asked and decide how to answer them.  Read through several times to understand how to answer the questions. Do not learn the answers by heart as this will increase your stress level. The way you answer the questions is as important as the substance of your answers. 3. Plan properly as this will allow you to find the best path to achieve your objectives.  You have to set out planning for the predictable and the unpredictable.  What if your car should break down or the train is late? What is going to be your next line of action? Have you got the telephone number of the company and the name of the person to call just in case? 4. Sleep For two consecutive days before the interview, ensure you get good amount of sleep. Being tired the day of your interview can make you irritable and less prepared. It is easy to get stressed due to lack of sleep.   5. Arrive early Arrive to your interview at least 30 minutes before your interview is supposed to begin. You can stay inside your car to review any notes that you may want to go through again as well as mentally prepare yourself for your upcoming interview. This will also give you plenty of time to compose yourself and freshen up before hand. Enter the building where your interview is taking place 10 – 15 minutes before the interview is scheduled to begin. You probably feel less stressed if you are on time and once your interview begins.