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Interview Prep for New Grads

Interview Prep for New Grads

Peter Vogt, MonsterTRAK Career Coach

Rest Up

Get a good night’s sleep before your interview so you’ll be as physically, psychologically and emotionally ready for it as possible.

Plan to Bring Your Resume to the Interview

In fact, plan to bring several copies. Do not, however, take anyone with you. You’re on your own for this one.

Make Peace with Potential Mistakes

Your interview won’t go perfectly. You’ll struggle with some questions, and you may forget to make some important points. Accept this ahead of time, and you’ll take some of the pressure off so you’ll make fewer mistakes and omissions during the actual interview.

This article originally appeared on Monster Career Advice.



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