Thursday, September 2, 2010


What To Expect In A Typical On-Campus Interview

An interview is a conversation between two or more people (the interviewer and the interviewee) where questions are asked by the interviewer to obtain information from the interviewee. This article discusses about what to expect in a typical on campus interview.
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What to Expect in a Typical On-Campus Interview
  • The interviewer will usually spend a few minutes at the beginning introducing himself/herself and giving some information about the company and job openings – it is fine for you to take notes.
  • The interviewer will ask questions based on the student's resume – he/she will want to hear specific examples of behaviors from past experiences, not hypothetical or vague answers.
  • Time will be left at the end for your questions – be sure to have specific questions about the job openings or location, etc.
  • If you want to highlight or point out something you've accomplished that didn't come out in the interview, mention it to the interviewer at the end if there is time.
  • Ask for the interviewer's business card if he/she hasn't already given you one.
Learning what is expected when it comes to eye contact during a job interview can do wonders for your prospects of landing that position. Read More: Eye Contact Is More Important In Personal Interview


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