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How To Ace An Interview by divinebitshop: 4:50pm On Jul 08, 2022
Acing an interview is something you must know if you want to get hired by the employer(s) interviewing you. It is true there are several fake interviews out there, so one needs to be very careful on which interview to attend and which to avoid.

To make this brief, there are several things to get done, but we will mention just 3 and you check the rest out here: https://swifta.com/blog/how-to-ace-an-interview/.

Educating yourself on the company you’re interviewing for serves two important purposes. First, it helps ensure that the company’s mission and culture align with your own interests, career goals, and values. Second, the ability to authentically incorporate this knowledge into an interview shows that you are thoughtful, well-prepared, and truly interested in becoming a member of their team.

Prepare yourself by reading the website thoroughly, following their social media feeds, checking any interesting or relevant results on Google, searching reviews on GlassDoor, and reviewing the LinkedIn profiles of anyone participating in the interview. Take notes to help you formulate questions that demonstrate a genuine interest in the company and what they do.

Take the time to read the job description again carefully prior to your interview. Make a list of the skills, experience, or qualifications you have that prove that you’re a viable candidate, using specific examples or quantifiable metrics as often as possible.

Also, pay attention to the specific adjectives used when they describe the type of candidate they’re seeking in the job seeking; look for opportunities to include those words (or synonyms) into your interview answers or relay anecdotes that exhibit those qualities when you’re asked behavioral questions.

With in-person job interviews, you’re advised to show up at least 30 minutes before you’re scheduled to be there;. Being on time is really about 10 minutes early. For a virtual, first-time interview, you may want to make sure you are ready to go 15-20 minutes early.

In this situation, setting up the computer and logging in is essentially the parking part of your interview process. Make sure everything works and then you can hang out until about 5-10 minutes before the scheduled time.

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