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    I've had the interview now
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    i dont think it would look good but i doubt theyd tell you to put it away.
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    Depends what kind of job you're applying for?

    If it's an hourly paid role, e.g. sales assistant, I'd say its unnecessary to use notes, I wouldn't bother.

    If it's a more higher level or salaried role, it's definitely okay to take notes in, along with a copy of your CV. Accompanying notes make you look more organised, professional and prepared, I'd say. And they'll help you with "situational" questions in particular.
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    Cv copies yes, notes, I really wouldn't!

    It's not the thing. You are supposed to know what you've done.

    I have taken notes in an iv tho. Got that job!


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