Category: Interview Tips

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Phone interviews

These are usually used for cost-efficient preliminary screening before the first one-to-one interview. They’re often recorded and vary in length, but average around 20-30 minutes. You should prepare for a phone interview just...

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Practice job interviews

Your university careers and employability service is likely to provide practice job interview sessions. Alternatively, you could: ask for advice and feedback after unsuccessful interviews; practise and monitor your skills by treating interview-like...

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How to make a good impression  in interview

Generally, you should: answer questions clearly and concisely; ask relevant, thought-provoking questions at appropriate moments, as this can show that you’re genuinely interested in the role and really listening to the interviewer; avoid...

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What to take to interview

Your interview invitation should detail everything that you need, but generally you should take: a bottle of water; an A-Z street map, or at least the postcode of the organisation so that you...

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Before the interview

Interviews require much research and planning. Generally, you should do the following when preparing for interview.   anticipate potential questions and prepare answers accordingly; consider how you’ll explain problematic aspects of your CV,...

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What to expect in interview

There are several different types of interview. Telephone – Initial employer call that eliminates candidates based on essential criteria. Successful applicants are usually invited to the one-to-one stage. Video – Whether through Skype, Face Time...