Your ticket to the big league
- At your interview, make eye contact and speak to all your interviewers, not just the most friendly-looking one.
- Before your interview, make sure you're familiar with your CV. You'll be asked questions based on it.
- Compile a list of interview questions you expect, and rehearse your answers. Get a friend to assess you.
- Your CV should show your achievements, not just your roles. Use goal-focused terms like "created", "launched" and "achieved".
- While crafting your CV, present your work history and education in reverse chronological order, starting with the most recent.
- Research the company thoroughly before your interview. Check out its website, and sense the buzz on forums and blogs.
- Use numbers and percentages in your CV to show results you've achieved (e.g. "Achieved a 20% increase in sales").
- Keep your CV succinct. The critical points that outline your major achievements will suffice.
- Create a cover letter specific to the company and role. This shows you've researched the company and role.
- Expect sensitive interview questions (e.g. your greatest failure) and prepare positive answers (e.g. what you learnt from it).
- Be well-dressed and presentable for your interview. Don't look like a secret society member.
- Avoid spelling and grammar errors in your CV. If you're stuck on a word or sentence, consult a dictionary or grammar resource.
- View your CV with a critical eye, and get a second opinion. Polish it repeatedly till it shines.
- Enhance your CV's visual appeal with well thought out design - short paragraphs, sleek font, sensible colours.
- Include a cover letter with your CV. This makes it personal and provides a context within which your application makes sense.
- Ensure you have enough sleep, food and comfort breaks before your interview.
- Know the directions to your interview location. Lack of punctuality will be penalised, so make sure you get there on time.
- After your interview, send your interviewers a thank you email to show them that you appreciate the opportunity.
- Show confidence while answering interview questions. Don't be in panic mode. You're not waiting to be hanged.
- Speak clearly and audibly at your interview. Don't test your interviewer's patience by mumbling and murmuring.
- Use your interview as an opportunity to convey why this particular company and role excites you.
- Don't try to make an impact with wild and absurd answers at your interview. You're not auditioning for a circus.
thanks to Nokia
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