How to prepare for an interview
So you've decided to apply for a position? Welcome to the world of interviews! Like it or not, you will have to undergo the process of interviews when you are applying for a job, a student society, an organisation, or even for some university degrees.
Research your firm, organisation, or student society for which you are being interview and find out about the position that you are applying. The internet is a wonderful tool to research such things. Be prepared to talk about the organisation, and showcase your knowledge to the interviewer.
Dress for your position
If you are applying for a job, you should wear the formal attire that you would most likely need to wear in that position. Show the employer how you could represent their organisation.
Be aware of your skills and experiences
Interviewers will ask you how you could contribute to their company, organisation or group. Show that you believe you can do the job by referring to your skill, abilities and experience.
Ask relevant questions
The interview is not only for the employer. The interview is also for you to learn about the position and see if it really is for you. If you are properly prepared, you should generally know about the position and can ask questions relevant to you if your application is successful.
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