Nail the Interview

5 Simple Tips to Help Your Ace Job Interview

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So you’ve sifted through job sites for months, applied for what feels like hundreds of jobs and after numerous rejections, have started the whole process all over again. However, when you finally get the result you’ve been hoping for, there’s nothing more exciting than knowing you’re a step closer to your dream job. But there’s still one more hurdle to overcome – the dreaded interview. The interview stage of any job application is the one most of us dread. To come face to face with your potential employers, to be scrutinized and questioned, all coupled with the desire to present yourself well and come across as the right candidate for the job – it’s completely overwhelming!

However, there are ways you can prepare for the dreaded interview and make the right impression. Read on for 5 simple tips that will help you ace that interview.

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There are ways you can prepare for the dreaded interview and make the right impression. Many articles on acing your interview will tell you to research the company, but you’ll help your case even more by researching your interviewers as well.

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Revisit your cv and memorize it

You’ve been invited to an interview, so that means your prospective employer has liked the look of your CV and wants to know more. So, with this in mind, it’s crucial for you to go over your cv and study it. Memorize the duties and aspects of your previous role so you can easily go into more detail if you are quizzed further. When you speak with clarity about the content of your cv, you’ll look professional and your claims and statements will only be supported by your confidence. If you think you may struggle to remember the details, don’t be afraid to bring in your own copy in a smart folder for reference.

Be prepared

Pens, a notebook, a copy of your cv, a bottle of water and a copy of the correspondence inviting you to your interview should all be brought along with you to your interview.

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Research is key

You need to know the company’s ethos, who their biggest competitors are, what kind of customers they have and what the core of their business is before you step into the interview room. Conducting your own research shows you can use your own initiative and that you’re serious about working for the company and you really want the job! This genuine interest in their company will certainly tick all the right boxes.

“There are tons of different ways to give a good interview, and many have been discussed at length. Whether you’re doing your research on the company to practicing for interview questions ahead of time, all types of preparation are important. However, there are some methods of preparation that are equally important but not as well known.” – Ways to Stand Out in Your Interview

Have plenty of examples ready

If your cv or cover letter states that you have excellent customer service skills, or that you’re good in a crisis, then you need to have some examples ready in order to support your claims. Be prepared to tell a story, give details and impress your interviewer with your statements and your ability to communicate.

Make eye contact

Making eye contact is a powerful communication tool that you can use to your advantage. You want to demonstrate your confidence, show respect and show that you’re listening and engaged with what the interviewer is saying and keeping eye contact throughout the interview will illustrate this perfectly.

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