Job Interviews: Do's and Don'ts
When you score that elusive request for a job interview at your dream school, you'll want to be highly prepared but also sound natural. That actually takes a lot of practice!
For that reason, I would recommend never turning down the opportunity to interview. It's a chance to hear new questions, meet school admin members (think: networking opportunity) plus, you can get a good feel for what the school is like by how they interview you: Starts on time? Reasonable questions? Genuine interest in you and your answers? Follow-up questions that show they’re listening? Caring demeanour? You can glean a lot of information from an interview.
But how else can you prepare for interviews? Take a look at these Do's and Don'ts of interviewing:
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