Have you got an interview coming up? Or maybe you feel like your interview skills could do with some work? From recorded video interview to a traditional face-to face interview. Competency to strength questions. We are here to help. Here are three things you can do to work on your interview technique right now.
1. Use our resources
We have a ton of resources to help you with your interview skills. Why not check out:
- Our comprehensive guide to interviews
- Top tips for video interviews
- Our video series on how to answer common interview questions
We also subscribe to eCareersGrad which offers in-depth e-learning courses on interview technique and case study interviews. Go to eCareersGrad
2. Have a practice anytime
We know that a lot of you find recorded video interviews really challenging. However, they are becoming a common part of graduate recruitment. Which is why we offer access to practice platforms that mimic this style of interviewing.
Even if the jobs you are applying for don't use this method - using our video interview practice software can still improve your technique. It gets you used to speaking your answers out loud. You can also watch yourself back to see how you come across or share the recordings with others to get additional feedback.
3. Book an appointment
You can book an appointment with a Careers Adviser to discuss any concerns or questions you might have about interviews. You can use these 20 minute appointments to have a short interview practice. This isn't a tailored practice interview but gives you an opportunity to practice particular questions you are worried about and get more comfortable with interviews.
Appointments are not the only way to get in touch with your friendly Careers Service team. If you have a quick question about interviews or anything else careers related. You can email us via firstname.lastname@example.org or request a call back by leaving a message on 01225 386009.
We can also offer you a quiet space in the Virgil Building to do a video interview or psychometric tests. Request a room.