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    Talib Al_Munawri
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    Interviewing tips

    Post by Talib Al_Munawri on Thu Oct 15, 2009 9:47 pm

    Interviewing tips



    Learn as much as you can about the company beforehand—
    know its products and services, its profit margin, its management,
    its culture, its dress code, and anything else you can think of.
    Good sources are your career services center, a college or public
    library, and the Internet.


    Do practice interviews with a career counselor, friends, and family
    members—or with yourself, in front of a mirror. Many career services
    centers offer workshops, mock interviews, or one-on-one coaching.
    Some even make videotapes of mock interviews.


    Think about how your experience in work, classes, and activities can
    relate to the job you’re seeking.


    Allow plenty of time to get to the interview and, if possible,
    visit the site in advance and time how long it takes to get there.


    Plan your interview attire in advance and make sure your clothing
    is pressed, your shoes are shined, and your hair and nails are well
    groomed.


    Bring extra copies of your resume and a list of references.


    Speak slowly and clearly and don’t be afraid to pause for a moment
    to collect your thoughts.


    Be honest. Don’t try to cover up mistakes. Instead, focus on how
    you learned from them.


    Be assertive. Remember that the interview is a way for you to learn
    if the job is right for you.

    Ask the interviewer for a business card and send a thank-you note
    or e-mail as soon as possible.

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