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FAQs

Questions that might be asked:

  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • Why do you want this job?
  • How would you go about solving the problem at hand?
  • If I hired you, what would your first day look like?


There are a lot of ways in which one can prepare for an interview. This includes research, practice, and staying up to date on the latest news. What is important is that the interviewee is able to apply what they have learned and their skills towards the interview.

Arriving late or too early. Inappropriate attire. Using your cellphone. Not doing company research. Losing your focus. Unsure of resume facts. Talking too much. Speaking poorly of previous employers.

There are a lot of considerations when preparing for an interview, but the most important idea to think about is that there will be questions about your experience, skills, and how well you fit into the position. In addition, it’s always be good to prepare yourself with three or four examples of your best work - something that you feel comfortable talking about.

Read the text written from a different perspective than the one you are practicing on: You may want to try reading different texts with different accents and dialects as this will make it easier for you to identify your speech patterns in new contexts as well as provide some interesting practice as well.

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