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How to Master the Interview
Transcript of How to Master the Interview
How to the Interview
First impressions can
make or brake
(and end up in a )
Shine up all pretty!
no open-toed shoes
nice and put together
up & out of face (so that you don't mess with it during the interview)
girl. just take a shower.
don't wear perfume
just be nice
use professional words, but sound like yourself
don't be shy
verbally introduce yourself
no dead fish
hit the web
only a few strong shakes
initiate eye contact
keep hands folded, still
Don't Nod too Much
sit up straight
power poses: not too aggressive
don't lean back or forward
check out the company's website
take note of characteristic words/anaphora
make sure to use some of those words in your interview!
good to know, might look good to bring it up in front of execs
always good know background of any company
"Tell us a Story About Yourself"
Should not be too long
"If you could wake up tomorrow having gained one skill, ability or personality trait (non-superhero) what would that be? Why?"
Should be something attainable
maybe mention how you're working on attaining it!
"What is your definition of "cheating" when it comes to school work and tests? Is it ever appropriate? Why?"
talk about integrity and how that will come up later in life
"Why should we hire you?"
include a unique quality about you, and
that will help the company/potential boss
"What are your five year goals?"
include school, work, and why
use action words
Should be centered around a lesson you learned or accentuate a good quality you have
express and vocalize general enthusiasm about the position
don't nod excessively
be careful with your "like"s
thanks for the opportunity
look forward to hearing from you soon!
Good luck &