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For most people interviewing is not fun and preparing for the interview can be confusing or overwhelming. Where do you start? What should you focus on? These can be hard questions to answer.
Preparing for an interview should be like preparing for a test. When you take a test you usually never know the questions that will be asked, this is like going into an interview. Sure, we can assume some common interview questions, but preparing for those are not going to help you feel prepared. When you study for a test, you study the material and in this case, the material is the
Strategy 1- Dissecting the
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Strategy 2 – Identifying Your Strengths and Weakness
Now that you have dissected the
Strategy 3 – Research the Company
Companies love to hear about themselves, and they love to see that you have a sincere interest in what they are doing. Memorize their mission and vision statements and why that matters to you. Follow them on a social media platform like LinkedIn and see what they are posting. Find out what projects they are working on and what they have been recognized for. Google the company and try to find as much as possible about them that you can bring up in the interview.For most people interviewing is not fun and preparing for the interview can be confusing or overwhelming. Where do you start? What should you focus on? These can be hard questions to answer.Click To Tweet
Strategy 4 – What is Your Why?
You can assume every single interview is going to ask you, “Why do you want this
Strategy 5 – Prepare to Ask Questions
Usually, at the end of an interview, you will have the opportunity to ask questions. This is your time to interview them. It is also the last impression you will make. Ask tailored questions about the position, work culture,
No matter how good you look, how much research you've done, or how perfectly your qualifications match the job description, if you're not prepared with great answers to the toughest interview questions, you won't get the job.