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Posted: 29 Nov 2016 02:05 AM PST
Fast Company lists seven steps you need for your next interview. They suggest you practice your interviews in advance and even video tape them. The details:
There’s no better way to practice an interview than actually doing an interview, so get a friend or family member to help you. Provide them with the details you dug up on the company, the job description for your position, your resume, and cover letter. Take the list of tough interview questions from here and provide them to your helper. (Also take a bottle of wine to thank the person—and maybe another if you actually get the job.)
Caroselli recommends you film your mock interview, if possible. (If video isn’t a possibility, record the audio.) "Study your body language to see if it reveals confidence, poise, and enthusiasm," she says.
You should also review your performance with your interviewer. Did they think you had good answers? Did you sound or act nervous? Did you seem arrogant? Get their feedback, and adapt as needed.
While I agree 100% with preparing for an interview in advance, I don't think you need to take it so far as to video tape yourself. You can if you want to, but it seems a bit over the top to me.
I think you'll be fine with:
If you wonder what the most common interview questions are and how to answer them, see these posts:
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