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Interviewee's Checklist


Interviewee's checklist Preparation:

  1. Were you familiar with the organization/institute's requirements (behavioral and others)?
  2. Did you work out a strategy and plan?
    Greeting and rapport:
  3. Did you establish a good rapport right in the beginning by maintaining an affable posture and sociable poise?
    Giving information:
  4. Did you listen fully and attentively to the questions before answering?
  5. Did you give open-ended answers?
  6. Did you draw upon your past experience to illustratively express your answers?
  7. Did you attempt to think logically and reason out with the interviewer in the case of probing and hypothetical questions?
  8. Did you fall into the yes/no trap questions?
  9. Did you summarize, to confirm what the interviewer asked?
  10. Did you make the interviewer talk by asking him for feedback?
  11. Did you get bogged down by unpleasant questions?
  12. Did you avoid telegraphic answers?
  13. Did you interrupt he interviewers too often?
  14. Could you notice a pattern emerging during the interview?
  15. Was the interview more of a conversation or a question answer examination? Parting:
  16. Was the parting smooth, comfortable and promising? Self-evaluation:
  17. Did you manage to present your strengths convincingly to the board?
  18. Did you avoid the following traps?
    (a) Jumping to conclusion
    (b) Answering loaded question
    (c) Getting into arguments on morals and integrity.
    (d) Undermining the interviewers.
    (e) Exaggerating your claims.
    (f) Breaking down under stress.
Cross-checking ones performance in an interview with the above check-list will help one prepare better for future interviews.



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