|Brilliant Answers to Tough Interview Questions||
Brilliant Answers to Tough Interview Questions
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What does it take to really shine in any interview?
Learn how to recognise your strengths and play to them, how to deal with your weak spots and avoid panic and clichéd answers. Discover the art of turning every question to your advantage and learn the secrets behind a brilliant answer, so you will always know the right thing to say.
With over 200 of the most commonly-asked questions and ideal answers, this is the book that will make sure that you are ready to handle anything an interviewer throws at you.
About the author
1 Preparation - the first step to success
2 Everything you have learned
3 Working well
4 Is this the place for you?
5 The personal touch
6 Your career path - the rough and the smooth
7 Climbing the ladder
8 Are you confident that you are competent?
9 Your past - tricky moments
10 Your future - a tough world
11 An equal chance of success
12 Turning the tables
13 Every kind of interview
14 Interviews past - interviews yet to come
Index of questions
How do you really stand out in an interview?
Knowing what to say and the best way to say it is essential. It’ll give you a competitive edge, help you stay in control and when the going gets tough, you won’t be lost for words.
Covering all of the most commonly asked interview questions and their ideal answers, this bestselling book will make sure that you feel ready and able to handle anything an interviewer throws at you.
· Turn tricky questions to your own advantage
· Answer every question with originality, confidence and ease
· Discover your strengths and use them to impress
Banish those nerves, avoid the panic and prepare to get the job you want.
Susan Hodgson previously ran a university careers service and worked closely with students preparing them to take many of the tests covered here and helping them to deal with the results. She also worked closely with employers helping them to use her practising students as guinea pigs for some of their aptitude test development. Susan's own first degree is in psychology and she now works as an independent careers consultant and writer.