So you’ve just secured a job interview, congratulations! It’s your dream job or at least a step in the right direction. As the interview date draws closer you may become more nervous and anxious. While being nervous before a job interview is perfectly normal, overthinking and anxiety can certainly work against you. How you deal … More 3 Tips to Help Calm Your Interview Nerves & Anxiety
If you’re applying for a role in management consultancy be prepared to perform well in both fit and case interviews. Start by demonstrating the three Cs: Capacity to learn, Commitment to clients, and Competencies. These will be assessed and tested during the interview process and through fit and case questions. The fit interview The first and … More Case interviews: what to expect
This can be a perplexing interview question, particularly if you are applying for jobs which are closely connected to your internship/work experience and degree area. If you’ve spent the last three years studying marketing, for example, as well as seeking out marketing work experience, it might seem obvious that you’re interested in marketing. In addition, … More Why have you applied for this job?
A growing number of UK universities are now using the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) for their Medicine and Dentistry applications. St. George’s Medical School was the first UK institution to adopt this system in 2010 and it has spread quickly ever since. The advantage that an MMI has for you is that if you have … More The Multiple Mini Interview – a speed-dating type of interview!
Got an upcoming video interview? We’re pleased to announce we have just launched InterviewStream – our *brand new* video interview platform, where you can record and practise a number of ready made video interviews or create your own custom interview from a large bank of questions. Practise whenever, and wherever! Take your mock interview using … More Introducing InterviewStream!
Can you think on your feet? Are you good at coping with a range of tasks? Do you enjoy being challenged? Do you work well in a team? If you answered yes to the above then you will probably thrive at any Assessment Centre. What is an Assessment Centre? If you are in your final … More How to survive Assessment Centres – expect the unexpected
A situational judgement test (SJT) forms part of the recruitment process for many graduate schemes. From an employer’s perspective, they are an efficient way to sift through high volumes of candidates. Candidates are presented with a series of work-related scenarios and need to choose which solution or action is the most effective from a series of … More Situational Judgement Tests: The Basics