Right on time
10 minutes early
30 minutes early
One hour early
Wear a formal suit
Bring a sport coat, in case you need it
Connect with the interviewer
Communicate why you are a good fit
Close by arranging the next interview
At the conclusion of the interview
True - because qualifications are the most important thing.
False - because chemistry usually trumps experience.
Research the company
Learn the company's concerns and problems
Practice top interview questions and answers
Memorize key answers to interview questions
All of the above
True – because all the interviewer cares about is past job success.
False – because the interviewer also appreciates successes in other areas of life.
Stretch the facts to look good
Seize control of the interview whenever possible
Explaining the crisis that led to the gap
Describing some volunteering and consulting you have done during that time
State that family is your top priority
Say that you work best when you have time off in between jobs
How you will save them time
How you will save them money
How you will solve their problem(s)
Any of the above
True - because this will build rapport.
False - because this is condescending.
True - because this will quickly reveal whether the company can afford you.
False - salary negotiations should take place later in the hiring process.
Refuse to answer.
Take them to court.
Answer the question.
Use your best judgment depending on the question and the circumstances.
Go home and rest. You deserve it.
Replay each question and answer in your mind.
Send an immediate thank you note.
Sit back and wait for the job offer to come in.
Try to find common interests.
Look around the interview’s office for things to comment on.
Shake the interviewers hand firmly and look him or her in the eye.
All of the above
True – because the interviewer may have trouble locating theirs.
False – because you will insult the interviewer by assuming he or she can’t find it.