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John Adney

John Adney

Answered Oct 05, 2017

You want to arrive at your interview on time. Doing a "dry run" prior to the interview will familiarize yourself with the area and amount of time it will take you to get there, factoring in the time of day, where to park etc. 5-10 minutes before your interview, walk in and announce yourself, "i am so and so, I am here for my interview with "joe blow" and you'll probably be asked to take a seat.

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Nurul Najihah binti Mohammad

Nurul Najihah binti Mohammad

Answered Nov 27, 2017

I think that we should arrive around 30 minutes earlier so that we can prepare ourselves.

 

sajidahnor

Sajidahnor

Answered Nov 26, 2017

I think that we should arrive 10-15 minutes earlier to prepare ourselves.

 

konohapie

Konohapie

Answered Nov 26, 2017

I think that 10-15 minutes earlier than the said time helps the interviewee to have more time to prepare themselves. Anymore than that would likely cause the person to feel restless.

 

AliaQis

AliaQis

Answered Nov 26, 2017

Earlier than the exact time by 10 to 15 minutes. Perfect timing to make last preparation before the interview.

 

intannoramnani

Intannoramnani

Answered Nov 26, 2017

I think that arriving 20 minutes earlier is better because we can be prepared for the interview.

 

zulaikhasabri

Zulaikhasabri

Answered Nov 26, 2017

I think we should arrive earlier than the exact time. Maybe around 10 to 15 minutes earlier.

 

syrifahaisyah

Syrifahaisyah

Answered Nov 26, 2017

I should arrive about 10 to 15 minutes earlier than the time of the interview

 

khairunnisa afifah binti jasri

Khairunnisa afifah binti jasri

Answered Nov 26, 2017

I should arrive 30 minutes earlier as it will help me to avoid any inconvinience such as traffic jam and other problems.Being there early will help me to stay calm and prepare for the best.

 

darkvirusphamtom

Darkvirusphamtom

Answered Nov 26, 2017

I should arrived at least 15 minutes earlier before the interview

 

syrifahaisyah

Syrifahaisyah

Answered Nov 26, 2017

I should arrive 30 minute earlier so that i can not miss any information.

 

Dalila

Dalila

Answered Nov 01, 2017

I should arrive at the interview fifteen minutes before the interview.

 

jestinemendez

Jestinemendez

Answered Oct 11, 2017

15-20 minutes before the interview is a good time frame it shows the interviewer your punctuality.

 

scott.davis.dj

Scott.davis.dj

Answered Oct 11, 2017

I think arriving and being ready 10 to 15 minutes before would suffice. The interviewer usually has a tight schedule.

 

CGaïta

CGaïta

Answered Oct 10, 2017

15 minutes before seems to be good to me. Before, it is to much and less, not enough. :)

 

Diane Heredia

Diane Heredia

Answered Sep 22, 2017

15 TO 20 Minutes early you dont want to seen desperate.

 

anateyka

Anateyka

Answered Mar 14, 2017

I should at least arrive 30 minutes earlier than the time of the interview.
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John Adney

John Adney

Replied on May 16, 2017

You should arrive to your interview before it starts maybe 10 minutes early

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