Step 6 of Interview Preparation: Practice Aloud

by | Dec 18, 2018

Even if you have brainstormed the answers for every possible question that your interviewers could ask and taken good notes, you should still practice delivering your answers aloud.  As Alia Hollback observes in her article on interview preparation, “no matter how many times you practice an answer in your head, it will sound different to you when you speak it aloud.”

 

Try answering your questions in front of a mirror or with a friend or family member until they feel natural.  You can also film yourself on a cell phone if you want to see how your answers go.  The more you practice, the more confident you should feel.

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