Thread List
First Page Previous Page Page 93 / 308 Next Page Last Page
Subject#Latest
4 18.02.11
2 18.02.11
5 17.02.11
8 17.02.11
2 17.02.11
12 17.02.11
17 16.02.11
13 15.02.11
12 15.02.11
8 15.02.11
1 15.02.11
6 15.02.11
1 15.02.11
7 15.02.11
8 15.02.11
9 14.02.11
3 14.02.11
6 14.02.11
1 14.02.11
9 14.02.11
1 14.02.11
5 14.02.11
16 14.02.11
7 12.02.11
23 11.02.11
8 11.02.11
9 11.02.11
19 11.02.11
6 11.02.11
10 09.02.11
19 09.02.11
3 09.02.11
4 09.02.11
6 09.02.11
7 09.02.11
22 09.02.11
1 08.02.11
6 08.02.11
5 08.02.11
18 08.02.11
64 07.02.11
6 07.02.11
18 07.02.11
15 07.02.11
6 04.02.11
14 03.02.11
11 03.02.11
2 03.02.11
2 03.02.11
8 03.02.11
First Page Previous Page Page 93 / 308 Next Page Last Page

interview practice and feedback

 
#1 interview practice and feedback
17/02/2011 20:22

jj

I have an interview coming up. I believe I am an excellent candidate but am concerned that I present myself in the best possible way.

Can anyone recommend a company that does mock interviews and provides feedback?

Reply  Quote   
 
#2 RE: interview practice and feedback
17/02/2011 20:35

Dave to jj (#1)

Tell us more about what makes you an excellent candidate. Be detailed and descriptive.

Reply  Quote   
 
#3 RE: interview practice and feedback
18/02/2011 12:43

Keeper to Dave (#2)

If you are an *excellent candidate*, you don't need to go to a company for mock interviews.

go to friends, ex-colleagues, alumni etc. and ask them to take a mock interview.

Reply  Quote   
 
#4 RE: interview practice and feedback
18/02/2011 13:38

Shoe Polisher to Keeper (#3)

two of the worst responses to a reasonable question I have ever seen. I hope you're real proud of yourselves.

JJ, there's nothing wrong with believing you are a good candidate, if you don't then don't apply.

Get yourself a book called Great Answers to Tough Interview Questions by Martin John Yate.

This book will not get you the job. Nor is it a silver bullet; you will however get an appreciation of how to structure an interview response to every kind of question without making yourself look like a desperate, exaggerting, waffling fool.

As an interviewer of many, I can tell you what I like is when someone answers the question with a structured, reasonable answer. No fabulous claims, no bragging. You're not superman, you don't run the company. Just tell me what you're good at, what you're for and where you want to go.

Reply  Quote   

Top of Page

ThreadID: 71554

Advertise
Your Jobs!