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Take a tour around the interview success lab.
Everything from how to research a company, to asking quality questions in the interview.
Be ready and be smart - get the job you want and make sure they want you.
How to be the ideal candidate
Be the ideal candidate all employers want.
Here are our top considerations…
Interview preparation checklist
Hear how to prepare for the interview, to ensures you leave nothing out - being prepared will calm the nerves.
You’ll be more effective if you’re calm!
What do interviewer’s say about candidates?
Hear what interviewers say and avoid the disasters of candidates before you. This is what interviewers report as being the biggest mistakes candidates make. Thank goodness it won’t be you.
What questions do I ask the interviewer?
Asking the interviewer questions means you play your part in making it a two-way conversation. Another step to make another great impression in the interview.
What are the different types of interview questions?
There are three main types of interview questions – historical, competency and theoretical.
Know your question types so you can practice your answers.
What are historical interview questions?
Historical interview questions are asked by many interviewers. They will talk you through your CV and ask questions about your skills and experience.
Here are a few examples and how to prepare your answers.
What are competency interview questions?
Competency interview questions ask you to give real life examples of what you did and how you did it. Each answer you give is rated against…
What are theoretical interview questions?
Theoretical interview questions are asked by some interviewers.
They ask you to imagine what you might do in a certain situation you have not yet experienced. They rate your answers…
How can I stay confident during the interview?
Confidence can suffer during an interview but don’t sweat, try out our hints and tips.
What should I wear for the interview?
Dress to impress the interviewer, as first impressions really matter. You don't get a second chance.
The Handshake – making a great first impression
Shake someone’s hand like you mean it.
Discrimination and the law
To discriminate against someone, means treating them less favourably. There are things that an interviewer can use to discriminate against you, which are not protected by law.
What can I expect in an assessment centre?
Assessment Centres may be used during the recruitment process but what are they? How to prepare? What assessors look for? What they involve? How to act? How are you rated?
All you need to know to get through the day more effectively.
What are psychometric tests?
Psychometric tests maybe used during the interview process and are not as intimidating as they sound. There are several different tests an employer may use…
How to improve my presentation skills
Develop your presentation skills, become more confident and deliver an awesome presentation.