(Original post by Gizmo!)
i get you CaliforniaA*A*A*A*A*A*A*A*A*A*A
Yeah, your absolutely hilarious.
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Confidence at interview? watch
- 05-02-2010 19:07
- 05-02-2010 19:15
What's with all the A*A*A*?
Anyway, I'm usually the same, except for the last interview I did, I just felt confident about it for some reason and got the job. I suppose you've just got to practice more, to yourself (in front of the mirror?) and in front of friends/family, etc... And try and feel confident, like you deserve the job or place or whatever it is.
(Original post by Going_To_California)
- 05-02-2010 19:19
I'm hoping to apply for medicine later this year, but I'm not particularly confident when I speak and I'm quiet also. I know this will be a disadvantage if I get an interview, but I'm not sure what to do.
How do I become more confident when speaking?
I know this seems like a silly thread, but it's quite a big problem,
Thanks for any help
Do you suffer from anxiety?
- Thread Starter
- 05-02-2010 21:25
Thanks for the suggestions everyone, I'm just not a confident person really, and I've always been quiet.
I'm not really anxious, but it's something I've been thinking about for a while as communication is a big part of med.
(Original post by Sephirona)
- 05-02-2010 22:11
Not a good idea. It's easy to smell a person who has been drinking. I say just be yourself and nothing more. If you try and act like a more intelligent person than you think you are then you'll fail miserably.