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Key tips for interview preparation

Posted by Emma Davies on 19/02/20 09:15

Preparation is the key to interview success and if you do your research and know what to expect you will find that your job interview will be an enjoyable experience and you will increase your chances of success.

 

Taken from You’re Hired! Total Job Search by Jeremy I'Anson

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Topics: student advice, interviewing

Mock interview questions for the Medical School student

Posted by Emma Davies on 13/11/19 09:15
While the thought of attending an interview can be scary, with careful preparation and practice it can ultimately turn out to be a rewarding experience. You can use these sample mock questions to help you prepare and get ahead.



Taken from Getting into Medical School 2020 Entry by Adam Cross and Emily Lucas.

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Topics: university, student advice, interviewing

Marginal Gains: The unsung benefits of unsuccessful job applications

Posted by Chris Webb on 27/06/19 11:30

Many of us will have experienced the feeling of ‘failure’ that comes from an unsuccessful job application or interview, not least overthinking every mistake we might have made or calculating the time we have put into researching a company or rehearsing potential interview responses, coupled with the overriding sense that all of this time and effort was to no avail.

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Topics: careers leader, CEIAG, interviewing, employability

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