Well, I obviously can’t be an expert in all subjects for university and college courses and all jobs – so I research the technical area and develop my own bank of questions. This enables me to ask you technical questions and gives you practice thinking about how you would answer them, succinctly and with examples. I can’t test the content of your answers (in other words whether you are technically right or wrong or have given a valid opinion), but I can feedback to you how you answer questions and the impression you are making. You will also know yourself, from our dry-runs, whether you are as well-prepared as you should be and it will highlight areas to brush up on. I always encourage applicants to set up a separate practice with someone who is a subject specialist. More than anything, though, practice interviews are vital for developing confidence and managing nerves. However ‘relaxed’ the interviewer tries to make it for you, you are still under the spotlight and are the centre of attention – and this can be uncomfortable. The idea is not to produce model answers but to help you become better at managing your situation, thinking on your feet and giving of your very best when you attend the real interview. The practice interviews I do are a great way to learn and also, believe it or not, good fun! Why don’t you give one a try?
http://www.judithpoulteney.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Poulteney-logo-01-300x74.png 0 0 Judith Poulteney http://www.judithpoulteney.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Poulteney-logo-01-300x74.png Judith Poulteney2019-12-13 10:57:052020-01-06 11:07:06You offer practice interviews. How do you help me with technical questions and what are practice interviews like, generally?