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THE COMPLETE GUIDE FOR PASSING ANY JOB INTERVIEW.
Many a time, people become nervous when job interviews are being talked about; with the fear that they would lose their long-awaited opportunities to the interview.
It is normal to feel that way, but this article is being written to help you get over those feelings and also keep your hopes alive.
Do not worry about failing a job interview; for I present to you, proven and-tested way of passing any job interview with ease. It comes with seven sections, so let’s start!
THE SEVEN WELL-TESTED WAYS OF PASSING A JOB INTERVIEW
- Making a background research(thorough) about the institution, agency or company you want to work with.
Make yourself presentable on the day of interview.
Take your time.
Take your notepad and pen with you.
Be prepared for tough questions.
Ask questions afterwards.
1. MAKING BACKGROUND RESEARCH
Imagine yourself in the jungle and you do not have map to guide your way home. Mmm, I think you would feel bad because you’re lost in the land where no man can set an eye on you and come to your aid.
One core secret of passing an interview is to make a thorough research about the agency, institution or company you want to work for, knowing what they do, the kind of people they recruit, and the kind of people they would like to recruit.
Search for their history, their motive for setting that business and their likes and dislikes, so you would not find yourself wanting on the day of the interview.
2. MAKE YOURSELF PRESENTABLE (DRESS WELL)
First impression counts in everything. As love at first sight happens, so do hatred at first sight also happen. Your recruiter can develop some love or hatred for you based on how you present yourself on the day of the interview .
Bear in mind that you’re at the interview for business, so you should be in a professional attire.
3. TAKE YOUR TIME
On the day of your interview, the platform is all yours. Take your time and answer any question the panel asks you.
Do not rush into answering questions, but rather, think about them before you start to answer, so you would bring out good solutions to the questions they ask.
Remember, the floor is all yours!
4. TAKE A NOTEPAD AND PEN WITH YOU
Where the questions are being bombarded at you from the panelists, feel free to write them down and answer them one after the other.
Taking a notepad and pen with you creates an impression of how serious and eager you are for the job, so don’t lose guard!
While writing the questions, do not miss an eye contact. Make an eye contact with any panelist asking a question at any point in time.
5. BE PREPARED FOR TOUGH QUESTIONS
No one seems to love it when being asked tough questions, but you have to prepare for it!
The panelists mostly need some facts about you and they ask for those in such a way that few people would understand and give an answer accordingly.
6. BE REAL
Never lie about who you are and what you can do for the company when you are being employed because your actions would one day reveal who you really are, and that would be a disgrace unto you.
Instead, present the right facts and figures of your achievements when you’re being asked for a presentation of it.
Note: Do not reveal all secrets!
7. ASK QUESTIONS AFTERWARDS
Interview is not all about meeting panelists and answering questions, but you can also ask them questions.
You can ask anything relating to the job which baffles you.
Note: Do not ask unnecessary questions or questions that do not relate to the job.