How To Crack Job Interview?
Video: .mp4 (1280×720, 30 fps(r)) | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2ch | Size: 1.65 GB
Genre: eLearning Video | Duration: 20 lectures (4 hour, 1 mins) | Language: English
The Non-Technical Questions And Answers That Might Be Asked In An Interview For Both The Beginners And The Experienced.
What you’ll learn
Will learn the art of marketing themselves in an interview
Will come to know as many as 156 questions that might be asked in an interview along with answers
Will be able to understand the concept of interview and why interview is vital in recruiting process
Will learn what things to prepare before taking an interview
Will be able to understand why a question is asked in an interview and answer from the interviewer’s point of view
Will learn how to impress the interviewers with their answers
Will learn how to tackle pressure interview questions
Will learn how to handle illegal and personal questions
Will learn what questions to ask to the interviewers at the end of the interview
Will learn how to create a long-lasting final impression on the interviewers
Will learn the general Do’s and Don’ts of an interview
Will learn how to face an interview and crack it with ease
Will learn how to stand out in an interview
Basic level of English
Good Internet Connection
Your Interest and Attentiveness Of course
This Course "How To Crack Job Interview?" focuses on the non-technical questions that might be asked in an interview. It has as many as 156 questions and the probable answers that you can give.
It will help you understand
What is the purpose of having an interview in the selection process?
On what basis the interviewers select candidates?
How to showcase yourself as a potential candidate?
What things do you need to prepare before taking the interview?
How not to answer in an interview?
What kind of questions you can ask the interviewers to impress them?
How to create a good impression of you on them?
How to stand out in an interview?
It will enhance you to market yourself in an interview! Happy Learning!
Who this course is for:
Students who want to gain more experience on taking interviews
Students who want to know what questions will be asked in interviews and how to answer them
Experienced candidates who are on the lookout for job change
People who are seeking job or wanting a job change
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