If you have been selected for an interview, your resume has successfully demonstrated your qualifications for the job. Congratulations! The next step is to prove in the interview that you can do the job the way the employer wants it done.
Research and practice are fundamental to successful interviews. We now have InterviewStream available for UVA Alumni! Set up your free account for 24/7 interviewing practice using your PC, MAC or iPad and an Internet connection. View your recorded interview and share with others for feedback via email. Choose from pre-developed interviews or 6,000+ questions; also includes resources and advice. Access InterviewStream through the Career Tools section of HoosOnline.
Every job is really about solving problems. Succeed in the interview by providing proof of your capabilities and experience that directly relates to solving the employer’s problems and shows your fit for the organization.
Use specific examples of your skills, experience and accomplishments when responding to questions. Specifics provide the evidence of your ability to do the job, and help the interviewer paint a mental picture of how you will solve their problems. Think “for example” each time you respond to a question.
Set up your free account for 24/7 interviewing practice using your PC, MAC or iPad and an Internet connection. View your recorded interview and share with others for feedback via email. Choose from pre-developed interviews or 6,000+ questions; also includes resources and advice. (Access InterviewStream through the HoosOnline Career Center)
Very complete site to help you prepare for interviews. For recent grads and experience jobseekers.
Great advice on a wide range of interview tips from common questions to recovering from disasters.
From CareerLab. Simple but effective. A worksheet for you to use before an interview.
Check out their interview questions link that provides interviews questions by job posting key words with and other tools. The site itself is useful; products are marketed heavily. We remain neutral.
Fair or not, how you dress makes an impression. This site may be more helpful to more recent grads.