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Learn proper grammar, such as paragraphs.
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Learn proper grammar, such as paragraphs.
Don't act so smart I wrote the thread in a rush, people like you who mock others really agitate me. Don't waste your energy bothering to reply if your going to be utterly useless.
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Dress smart, speak in a clear voice with full sentences. If you don't know how to answer something, ask them to get back to you on that. Make eye contact, smile, sit upright.

You should have researched on the type of questions asked at interviews and practised your response to those questions. eg tell me about yourself, why do you want this role etc.

I think this link is really good: https://s3.amazonaws.com/jit.pdf/top...+Questions.pdf

Good luck
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Dress smart, speak in a clear voice with full sentences. If you don't know how to answer something, ask them to get back to you on that. Make eye contact, smile, sit upright.

You should have researched on the type of questions asked at interviews and practised your response to those questions. eg tell me about yourself, why do you want this role etc.

I think this link is really good: https://s3.amazonaws.com/jit.pdf/top...+Questions.pdf

Good luck
Thanks James I wrote some mock answers to those questions actually but don't really have anyone to rehearse them with , if they ask me for any questions I will ask about progression as I want to go on to do a higher level apprenticeship or land another position in the company. If they ask me about my strengths I will provide the basics alongside what they are looking for in the job description and have made up examples to use as I have some prior voluntary work experience to back me up this time around.
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Don't act so smart I wrote the thread in a rush, people like you who mock others really agitate me. Don't waste your energy bothering to reply if your going to be utterly useless.
Little snowflake offended?
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Little snowflake offended?
Just get lost I really don't care what you think nore do I wish to further engage in talks with a Bully such as yourself.
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Probably can't help a lot, but I suppose getting a good night sleep helps along with eating a good breakfast in the morning. Obviously dress smartly and make sure you're happy with your appearance, and try to put on the best version of yourself. Make sure to keep your head up and think clearly (maybe deep breaths would help with this?). Either way, I haven't experienced a great deal of interviews but all I can is good luck. You'll smash it
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Probably can't help a lot, but I suppose getting a good night sleep helps along with eating a good breakfast in the morning. Obviously dress smartly and make sure you're happy with your appearance, and try to put on the best version of yourself. Make sure to keep your head up and think clearly (maybe deep breaths would help with this?). Either way, I haven't experienced a great deal of interviews but all I can is good luck. You'll smash it
Thanks mate, yeah I'll give it everything Ive got I appreciate the words of confidence 😊.
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Just get lost I really don't care what you think nore do I wish to further engage in talks with a Bully such as yourself.
Little snowflake.
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Dress smart, speak in a clear voice with full sentences. If you don't know how to answer something, ask them to get back to you on that. Make eye contact, smile, sit upright.

You should have researched on the type of questions asked at interviews and practised your response to those questions. eg tell me about yourself, why do you want this role etc.

I think this link is really good: https://s3.amazonaws.com/jit.pdf/top...+Questions.pdf

Good luck
It was a success got the offer later that day thanks for the tips, now onto gaining more skills =)
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It was a success got the offer later that day thanks for the tips, now onto gaining more skills =)
Congratulations
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