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So, you’ve recently passed your graduation, applied for a job and landed an interview. Good for you! But then, so are 20 other applicants vying for the same job. Several of them may have the same qualifications and experience as you do while some of them may have more remarkable achievements. How can you differentiate yourself from the rest? How can you ensure that you get noticed by the interviewers and they pick you out of all the rest?

Next to your resume, the job interview is your opportunity to sell yourself. In the course of the interview, you will be evaluated and judged according to your responses to questions, your stance and your physical appearance. If you leave behind a positive impression, most likely they will favor you. On the other hand, if you convey a disapproving impression, then chances are slim that you will be called back.

Preparing well for an interview will give you the confidence and know-how to make you stand out and come out the winner. This book will give you tips on:

·         Brainstorming all sort of questions that could possibly be asked

·         How to handle the tricky questions

·         What to say and what not to say during the interview

·         The tricks to assess the interviewer by tone of voice and body language

·         How to act and carry yourself from beginning to the end of the interview

The job market is tough and competitive. Nonetheless, if you perform excellently in the interview and act appropriately and use the right words, you can have a great advantage over the others to win the job!

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