Saturday, 4 May 2013



If you know you have gone off-track, you might say  – “I seem to have taken the wrong approach – a better approach would be …..”. This way you get to the point, rather than taking three minutes to waffle your way to your final answer. 

If you have a mental block it may be hard for the interviewer to know if you have finished your response. You could say - “Yes, I think I have covered everything” – to indicate you have finished. • It is important in an interview to show how you can make a difference.

If you need more time to respond to a difficult question you could say – “Do you mind if I have a moment to compose my thoughts”. 

The interviewer wants to know about you and your suitability for the position, so it is important to emphasis your achievements. Relate specific examples of where you have demonstrated your proficiency in certain areas. Make sure you refer to your actual role. Even if it was a group task, talk about your individual role, what contribution you actually made, and also how you interacted with the group.– use “I” rather than “we”. 

very important point==>>*****
Make sure you do not criticize your current or former employer..... 
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