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Acing the interview how to ask and answer the questions that will get you the job - Job Interview Resources to Get the Job



This set incudes 24 cards in a small, convenient jewel case. The box fits easily into a pocket, purse or briefcase, making it easy to study questions on the go. It can also be refashioned into a miniature easel that could be placed on a desk or table to prop up cards while studying. The set is highly portable, making it possible for users to pull it out and review questions while on a bus or in a taxi, at a restaurant or desk or while waiting for appointments and interviews.

Twenty of the Acing the Interview cards feature questions that are frequently asked in a job interview, including possible variations of each question. Vincent does not provide a canned response to be memorized, which may come across as insincere or even untrue. Instead, she points out the opportunity each question provides and offers tips for preparing a response that give the interviewer the information they need while illustrating the potential employee’s knowledge, intelligence, skills and accomplishments.

The additional Acing the Interview cards address other aspects of the interview process. One discusses illegal and trick questions, and offers tips for avoiding these questions or, when necessary, responding to them in a tactful and professional manner. Another contains information on how to prepare for an interview beyond rehearsing for the interview questions. For example, it’s important to research and learn as much as possible about the industry, the company and the position before the interview begins. A final card lists ten deadly interview mistakes and how to avoid them.

This set incudes 24 cards in a small, convenient jewel case. The box fits easily into a pocket, purse or briefcase, making it easy to study questions on the go. It can also be refashioned into a miniature easel that could be placed on a desk or table to prop up cards while studying. The set is highly portable, making it possible for users to pull it out and review questions while on a bus or in a taxi, at a restaurant or desk or while waiting for appointments and interviews.

Twenty of the Acing the Interview cards feature questions that are frequently asked in a job interview, including possible variations of each question. Vincent does not provide a canned response to be memorized, which may come across as insincere or even untrue. Instead, she points out the opportunity each question provides and offers tips for preparing a response that give the interviewer the information they need while illustrating the potential employee’s knowledge, intelligence, skills and accomplishments.

The additional Acing the Interview cards address other aspects of the interview process. One discusses illegal and trick questions, and offers tips for avoiding these questions or, when necessary, responding to them in a tactful and professional manner. Another contains information on how to prepare for an interview beyond rehearsing for the interview questions. For example, it’s important to research and learn as much as possible about the industry, the company and the position before the interview begins. A final card lists ten deadly interview mistakes and how to avoid them.

The most important things you can do in preparation for a job interview are to research the company, rehearse, and do everything you can to show up looking and feeling good. Use the following hints and tips to maximize your interview power, and remember -- you need to advertise your competence, confidence, and charisma.

Practice, practice, practice! There are a number of things you can rehearse and prepare for before you walk in the door, and doing so will really help you stay calm and collected through the interview, as well as greatly increase your chances of getting the job.

Find a friend and run through a number of practice questions and answers, and spend plenty of time doing it. Try to be as serious as possible and get your friend to critique your performance. Use our commonly asked questions as a guideline, and try to practice in as formal a setting as possible.

HBS admits about half of the applicants they interview, so it's a good sign if you make it to that point. REUTERS / Brian Snyder

Harvard Business School interviews just 25% of applicants each season. On the bright side, HBS admits about half of interviewed candidates, so if you can successfully pass this hurdle in the application process, your chances of admissions skyrocket.

The admissions team seeks applicants who can demonstrate that they share the values central to HBS culture: passion, self-awareness, maturity, integrity, focus on solutions, high-impact leadership, and case-method compatibility.

This set incudes 24 cards in a small, convenient jewel case. The box fits easily into a pocket, purse or briefcase, making it easy to study questions on the go. It can also be refashioned into a miniature easel that could be placed on a desk or table to prop up cards while studying. The set is highly portable, making it possible for users to pull it out and review questions while on a bus or in a taxi, at a restaurant or desk or while waiting for appointments and interviews.

Twenty of the Acing the Interview cards feature questions that are frequently asked in a job interview, including possible variations of each question. Vincent does not provide a canned response to be memorized, which may come across as insincere or even untrue. Instead, she points out the opportunity each question provides and offers tips for preparing a response that give the interviewer the information they need while illustrating the potential employee’s knowledge, intelligence, skills and accomplishments.

The additional Acing the Interview cards address other aspects of the interview process. One discusses illegal and trick questions, and offers tips for avoiding these questions or, when necessary, responding to them in a tactful and professional manner. Another contains information on how to prepare for an interview beyond rehearsing for the interview questions. For example, it’s important to research and learn as much as possible about the industry, the company and the position before the interview begins. A final card lists ten deadly interview mistakes and how to avoid them.

The most important things you can do in preparation for a job interview are to research the company, rehearse, and do everything you can to show up looking and feeling good. Use the following hints and tips to maximize your interview power, and remember -- you need to advertise your competence, confidence, and charisma.

Practice, practice, practice! There are a number of things you can rehearse and prepare for before you walk in the door, and doing so will really help you stay calm and collected through the interview, as well as greatly increase your chances of getting the job.

Find a friend and run through a number of practice questions and answers, and spend plenty of time doing it. Try to be as serious as possible and get your friend to critique your performance. Use our commonly asked questions as a guideline, and try to practice in as formal a setting as possible.


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