Easiest Way To Crack Interviews When Applying For Jobs
Updated: Dec 27, 2018
As we know, we become perfect only when we practice. But even we get nervous when we come across for face to face interview with an interviewer; the main lack is improper practice on how to crack interviews. Many people easily clear some rounds of the interviews but face to face become tough nuts to crack. If you’re one of them, then don’t worry!! Here we give some easiest tips to crack interviews and would help you to sail through the job interviews.
Be honest in your CV:
One of the biggest mistakes usually made by candidates is that they add more spurious information to make CV more impressive. The interviewers are much smarter than you and knew several methods to find the information provided is true or false. And be honest in your CV and try to impress with your achievements and targets.
Do your homework:
Ensure that you have gone through the company and the position you have applied. Try to understand the services of the company. More useful information getting place about the company is “About Us” page of the company’s website. Try to match your CV with the company’s requirement and if so then it indirectly letting them to understand that you’ve come across their problems, then it will be like, half of the battle you already won.
Make sure your roles & weapons:
There will be hundreds of candidates who applied for the job along with you. So make sure the strengths and weapons of you to crack your interviews. After that impress the interviewer through your USPs and make them be convinced.
Frame your answer before:
In every job interviews, you can at least expect some questions like “Tell me about yourself”, “Why we should hire you”, “What are all your strengths”, “How would the company is benefiting from you”, “why did you leave your last job”. So be prepared for these questions properly and try to make a good impression by your answers.
The main attention seeking thing from an interviewer is your body language. Body language plays a very important role in interviews. Crossed legs and arms perceived negative and open hand and good posture is a sign of right candidate. Also looking at walls, roof, shaking legs may spoil your chances of getting a job.