When was the last time you had an interview??

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14 Jul 2016 - General

I could still vividly remember my lecturer’s advise on things that we should prep ourselves before/during

the interview. Just what I need, a rapid-fire self-esteem boost when I’m minutes away before I enter

the room with the interviewers.


1. Pay attention to posture

Stand or sit up straight. Even if you don’t have enough time to change anything else about your

appearance, shifting your posture is enough to make a huge difference.

2. Smile

If we do something that is associated with an emotion, the action itself will somehow trigger the

same emotion in our brains

3. Think about the worst outcome

This may sound rather negative, but when you realize that even when the result disappoints you,

your fear will immediately subside

4. Listing your skills

Make a list of your skills, experience, strengths and weaknesses that relate to the job for which you

are interviewing

5. Research

This is the key point that job seekers should note, before any interview take time to learn about

both the job and the company. This will help you to display your keen and knowledge towards the



All the best!!

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