arcticwoolf17
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Hi all. I have my interview for Marks and Spencers this Wednesday in Birmingham. I'm so nervous. I was referred to by a family member who works there but being 17 and having not so much experience in the field of work, it's really nerve-wracking
They said that the interview was split into three parts: 1) a talk with the manager 2) a roleplay 3) a talk with the manager again.
I was wondering if anybody has had an interview recently and what type of questions would come up including the roleplay - as I really need a job but I'm fully terrified of the interview.
Thanks for any advice.
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Hi. I recently had my first ever interview at clarks and it was truly fine. The people will be nice to you. The kind of questions they asked me is why do you want to work here? What shows good customer experience? Really just the average interview questions and there are many more online that you can prepare for. Tips: dress smart, act confident, SMILE (very important) and be polite. Try and get out of your comfort zone and just be brave. If you don't get the job it won't be the end of the world and you can see it as a great opportunity so when you get another interview you will do amazing. Good luck and I hope you get the job. If you have any more questions please ask xx
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