Interviewing

It’s so important to be prepared, be sure to research the company and the individual(s) you are scheduled to meet with. It is important to anticipate and practice answers to possible questions, and prepare your own questions to ask during your interview. It's also vital to remember that an interview is not only beneficial for the employer; it is your opportunity to determine if the company is a good fit for you.
Interview Preparation
It’s so important to be prepared, including by researching the company and the individual(s) you’re meeting with, anticipating and practicing questions, and preparing questions to ask during your interview.
Interview Etiquette
It’s so important to be prepared, including by researching the company and the individual(s) you’re meeting with, anticipating and practicing questions, and preparing questions to ask during your interview.
Types of Interview Questions
Common interview questions are those that are typically designed to learn more about you, and how you’re a good fit for the position and the company.
Interview Type: Behavioral and Situational
Often, behavioral questions are used to assess skills required by the position, such as time management, teamwork, initiative, organizational and communication skills.
Interview Type: Case
Management Consulting, Finance, and other industries using case interviews typically include business cases or other analytical questions. Here are some pieces of advice and types of questions for you to consider.
Interview Type: Groups
Sometimes a company will interview for a position to multiple candidates simultaneously.
Interview Type: Panels
Various representatives involved in the hiring process may meet with a candidate at the same time for a panel interview.
Interview Type: Phone
Phone interviews are commonly used to screen candidates to narrow the pool of applicants
Interview Type: Recorded
Pre-recorded interviews can actually be pretty tricky to master, particularly if you’ve only been given a set amount of time to give and upload your answers.
Interview Type: Technical
Technical interviews are common for employers recruiting for engineering, science, or software roles.
Interview Type: Virtual
Like phone interviews, Virtual interviews may also be used to screen candidates.
Finance Interviews
Interested in working in banking or finance - these resources will help you navigate.
Interviewing for Medical, Dental, Podiatric, Optometric and Veterinary School Applicants
The interview is a key step in your acceptance to a health professional school.
Thank You Notes
After the interview, send a thank-you note within 24 hours by e-mail or postal mail to the person who interviewed you
Big Interview
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