There are two types of questions in the job search: those they ask you and those you pose Leslie Fearn has covered “Ten questions you should ask at interview” as well as“Questions ‘not’ to ask during an interview” already on approachthemarket, so let’s put you back under interrogation and help you prepare for the quick fire round.
The very best way to prepare is to practice. No not by just reading through, which 99% of you would do, but by getting someone to ask you a selection of questions on the spot.
This is an invaluable exercise as it gets you to hone your listening skills and invites feedback. Yes you may find it embarrassing and /or uneasy, but that’s the point. The better you are at coping with the uncomfortable, the better you will perform when required.Read More