Interview edge? practice common questions

by | May 23, 2019

If you are looking to build your confidence before an interview, the surest way to feeling secure about what you’ll say on the day is to practice. While you may not know exactly your interviewers will ask, there are common questions that come up again and again. Practice these and also make sure you have a good grasp of everything mentioned in the job description. 

A good list of common interview questions can be found on Business Insider (link to article), they include:

  1. Tell me about yourself (or describe yourself)
  2. What makes you unique?
  3. Why do you want this job?
  4. Why do you want to work here?
  5. What are your strengths?

Visit the article referenced above to read more. Remember that the questions may come as a varient. It’s okay to plug in rehearsed information, BUT make sure that you are answering the question asked. 

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