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Preparation Is Key!
It's the moment of truth. You've submitted your resume for a job and received a call to interview. Your interview takes you one step further toward getting the job offer. Make sure you do your very best in each and every interview and treat each interview as if it is the only one you will ever get with the company. Preparation is key and to really ace an interview you must know yourself.
Below are some tips to help you during the interview process. Usually the interview decides whether or not you will get the job, so make sure you're armed and ready!
One of the most important qualities an employer is looking for is a good attitude. Everything else is what got you the interview, so now's the time to show them you will make a great and reliable employee for the company. You have to have the right attitude.
What's the right attitude? It's:
Before Your Interview
Before you go to your interview there are several things you can do to help you prepare. First and foremost you can practice by doing a mock interview. It's always a good idea to practice and get feedback from someone who can tell you what you're doing well and what you can improve upon. That's why TSTC Career Services is available to conduct mock interviews for our students. So call us and schedule a mock interview today!
You can also go online and look for a list of common interview questions and answer them. Read them out loud and answer them out loud. Sometimes what you think doesn't count out the same as when you say it. So practice speaking out your answers so you know what the employer will be hearing.
Prepare for Your Interview
You're anxious to get to your job interview, but prepare yourself so that you can perform well on your interview.
An interview is all about the employer asking you questions to get to know you and to see if you're the best candidate for the position. Make sure you keep the following things in mind when answering interview questions.
Make a Great First Impression
The first five minutes of an interview are critical because before the interview starts the employer is going by what he/she sees, not hears. The employer is already critiquing the following, so be sure to give a good first impression.