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Preparing for Interviews and Assessments

It can be daunting if you haven’t attended an interview for years, or it’s your very first one. Doing as much preparation as possible will help you to fell calmer and more confident when you get there. If they are available read the person specification and job description which will give an indication of the sorts of skills, abilities and experience you may be asked to give examples of. It’s always good to research the company or organisation so you have an understanding of what they do, as well as thinking about any appropriate questions you have.

You may be told that a psychometric test or verbal reasoning test will form part of the interview process – you can try out some practice examples on either of the following websites, www.practiceaptitudetests.com or www.psychometric-success.com

You can also use the BBC’s skills wise website to check out your maths and English levels

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