apa yang aku perasaan.. agak beza laaa interview untuk scholarship dengan interview kerja.. walaupun soalan nya ada yang sama tapi tidak la semua nya sama... tapi kalau korang google tips interview semua nya lebih kurang je kan semua... apa yang penting cara korang nak handle during the interview... yang penting sebelum pergi interview prepare and study dulu pasal company tu... study scope kerja korang... RESUME kena mantap.. huhuh... tunjukan rasa berminat korang dengan kerja tu.. tapi mesti korang minat kan kalau tak takkan korang apply... ye dak? heheeheh
basic questions yang selalu ada bila aku pergi interview.. soalan wajib
1) please describes about yourself
2) what is your strengths
3) what is your weakness
4) why do you choose this position and what do you know about our company?
Top 10 interview tips (sumber tips :: http://jobs.asiabot.com/resources/top10interviewtips.shtm)
- Enter into a state of relaxed concentration.
- Act spontaneous, but be well prepared. Be your authentic self, professional yet real. Engage in true conversation with your interviewer, resting on the preparation you did prior to coming to the meeting. Conduct several trial runs with another person simulating the interview before it actually occurs. It's the same as anticipating the questions you'll be asked on a final exam.
- Set goals for the interview. It is your job to leave the meeting feeling secure that the interviewer knows as much as he or she possibly can about your skills, abilities, experience and achievements. If you sense there are misconceptions, clear them up before leaving. If the interviewer doesn't get around to asking you important questions, pose them yourself (diplomatically) and answer them. Don't leave the meeting without getting your own questions answered so that you have a clear idea of what you would be getting yourself into. If possible, try to get further interviews, especially with other key players.
- Know the question behind the question. Ultimately, every question boils down to, "Why should we hire you?" Be sure you answer that completely. If there is a question about your meeting deadlines, consider whether the interviewer is probing delicately about your personal life, careful not to ask you whether your family responsibilities will interfere with your work. Find away to address fears if you sense they are present.
- Follow up with an effective "thank you" letter. Don't write this letter lightly. It is another opportunity to market yourself. Find some areas discussed in the meeting and expand upon them in your letter. Writing a letter after a meeting is a very minimum. Standing out among the other candidates will occur if you thoughtfully consider this follow up letter as an additional interview in which you get to do all the talking. Propose useful ideas that demonstrate your added value to the team.
- Consider the interviewer's agenda. Much is on the shoulders of the interviewer. He or she has the responsibility of hiring the right candidate. Your ability to do the job will need to be justified. "Are there additional pluses here?" "Will this person fit the culture of this organization?" These as well as other questions will be heavily on the interviewer's mind. Find ways to demonstrate your qualities above and beyond just doing the job.
- Expect to answer the question, "Tell me about yourself." This is a pet question of prepared and even unprepared interviewers. Everything you include should answer the question, "Why should we hire you?" Carefully prepare your answer to include examples of achievements from your work life that closely match the elements of the job before you. Obviously, you'll want to know as much about the job description as you can before you respond to the question.
- Watch those nonverbal clues. Experts estimate that words express only 30% to 35% of what people actually communicate; facial expressions and body movements and actions convey the rest. Make and keep eye contact. Walk and sit with a confident air. Lean toward an interviewer to show interest and enthusiasm. Speak with a well-modulated voice that supports appropriate excitement for the opportunity before you.
- Be smart about money questions. Don't fall into the trap of telling the interviewer your financial expectations. You may be asking for too little or too much money and in each case ruin your chances of being offered the job. Instead, ask what salary range the job falls in. Attempt to postpone a money discussion until you have a better understanding of the scope of responsibilities of the job.
- Don't hang out your dirty laundry. Be careful not to bare your soul and tell tales that are inappropriate or beyond the scope of the interview. State your previous experience in the most positive terms. Even if you disagreed with a former employer, express your enthusiasm for earlier situations as much as you can. Whenever you speak negatively about another person or situation in which you were directly involved, you run the risk (early in the relationship) of appearing like a troubled person who may have difficulty working with others.
memang semua tu perlu... secara kasarnya laaa... kalau dah rezeki korang.. insyaALLAH boleh dapat walaupun tanpa interview... secara lompat mungkin.. atau just dia tengok resume korang.. kalau dah rezeki.. tapi tak semua bernasib baik macam tu..
kalau macam aku ni.. kalau g interview bukan takat interview.. test pun sekali.. english test... theory test... technical test... HAHHAHA.. baru aku sedar.. bukan senang nak jadi engineer.. aku rasa macam nak cari kerja office la pula..
lagi tips dari pengalaman aku sendiri laaa.. kalau korang rasa pointer korang rendah.. aku rasa itu BUKAN ISU.. sebab kebanyakkan company dia tak tengok pointer pun... kalau tengok pun company2 besar tapi tak semua nak pointer tinggi.. dorang penting kan korang punya ability to work... nanti masa interview akan banyak laaa soalan IF bla bla bla.. soalan IF bebanyak ni la korang kena pandai jawab.. no solan tricky.. dorang nak tengok macam mana korang jawab.. heheh.. salah x kisah sangat tapi the way you answer is important...
semangat aku bagi tips.. aku sendiri pun hampeh pergi interview... hurmmm... takde rezeki lagi agaknya.. semua dalam proses... harap2 aku tak tanam anggur lama sangat la... huhuh... nanti aku update cena nak cari kerja selain dari surat khabar.. heheheh.. memang banyak sebenarnya cuma kena pandai cari laaa... tapi kalau ada kelapangan aku update yek...
NOTAKAKI DINO :: cuba bermakna kan entry.. heheh.. wish me luck =)