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Winning Interviews

PREPARATION IS KEY

It will help you to relax if you are fully prepared for the interview. This preparation should include practicalities such as:

- Being clear about where and when the interview is taking place. If you have to call to confirm that you will attending the interview then check the place and time.

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How To Answer Difficult Interview Questions

You should keep in mind that a judgment will be made immediately by your outward appearance. A clean, neat, and professional appearance is a must. Never dress casually. If you are dressed your best, your demeanor will follow suit.

Also, the more applicants there are, the more competition you will have. Below are some tips that will help you ace any interview.

Do your homework

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Job Interview Etiquette

Time Keeping: Be on time. Don’t give the interviewer reason to wonder if you have a pattern of tardiness before you even get into the interview room! Being early is the ideal situation for you and the interviewer as you may be required to complete some forms before the actual interview, arriving early gives you the opportunity to take care of this without running into a time crunch.

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Interview Handling Techniques

In a Business Scenario, from the time a person seeks a placement in an organization, till the time he leaves the employers, Interview figures in his career path. An Interview reveals the views, ideas, and attitudes of the Interviewee as well as the skills of the Interviewer. The objective is to gather details and relevant information by talking to the Interviewee and thereafter making an assessment, appraisal or evaluation about suitability of the candidate for the offer or position available with the Interviewer. It is always goal oriented, and is of different types which could be conducted for variety of purposes like Selection, Promotion, Exit, Stress, Grievances, Orientation, Admission, Appraisal etc.

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