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Tips For Acing A Job Interview


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Practice with family and friends

Consider doing a mock interview with a friend or family member. If you video tape the interviews, you will be able to see for yourself how you come across. You can also show the video to other trusted friends or family members for a critique. Be careful who you show the video to: lay people can be unintentionally hurtful in their responses. Filter reactions through your own instincts.

For some classic interview questions and responses to consider, see Job Interview: Practice Questions and Answers.

Practice with an employer

When you think you are ready to do a real interview, consider doing a practice interview with an employer you don’t care very much about. It will help hone your answers and behavior.


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