Business Vocabulary Exercise N3

PREPARING FOR A JOB INTERVIEW

Fill in the blanks in the text below with one of the following words :

HISTORY    INFORMATION    EXPERIENCE   QUESTIONS  CURRENT   INTEREST   PANEL   ORGANISATION   OPPORTUNITY   PRACTICE   SPECIFIC  APPROPRIATE  IMPRESSION   INTRODUCING
 
If in difficulty, you may ask for a clue (?), but you will lose points.
Prior preparation is essential for a successful interview.
To begin with it's important to do some background research to get as much on the company as possible. This might include researching any events that relate
to the organisation or industry, the organisation’s objectives, and the of the company.

Find out as much as you can about the position including the skills, academic background, and required for the job.  This will help you understand the employer's needs and show you how you can benefit their organisation.

Anticipate the interviewer may ask.  Prepare and responses to the questions - but don't try to memorize them. Answers need to sound natural.

At the end of an interview, you are typically asked if you have any questions about the or job you’re applying for. This is an for you to show your in the position and the company by asking questions which you have previously prepared.

Last but not least, to make a good first , practise opening a door, coming into a room, greeting the interviewer or members by offering your hand confidently, smiling and yourself.