How to Stand Out in an Interview
Let's face it, some interviews are about whether the finer details of your skills match what the employer needs but for graduates there is some great advice out there, especially for the assessment day kind of stuff: 1. In any 'group' activities immediately volunteer to be the timekeeper and then be self-aware in terms of getting too caught up in the 'right answer' to the exercise (the idea is actually to see how you all interact), let others fall into that trap and then use it to practice a bit of mediation; 2. If you get asked to talk about yourself in an introduction or in a proper presentation try to actually just be yourself here, at least in the sense that you should just talk about something that makes you comfortable and genuine in the act of communicating. They usually give a broad topic and your choice might have nothing to do with the firm (were you in a band when you were younger? 3. 4. 5.
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