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dear Theo: a post I'd thought I'd never write again......

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by raclee, Jun 11, 2011.

  1. I got the job!
    Pls can I have a twinkly star?
    After umpteen applications, 5 interviews/lessons I went in this one completely honestly, answered each question drawing on my experience and knowledge instead of faffing about on use of termilolgy and textbook answers and even threw in a joke or two!
    Secret is to relax!
    And never leave a job unless you have one to go to!
  2. littlemissraw

    littlemissraw Occasional commenter

    Well done :) x
  3. Great news - well done!
  4. Thanks everyone.
    For those of you still out there job hunting, training and experience is essential. It all came out of my own pocket but kept me updated with issues in education while I was out of work.
    I also wrote down bullet points on index cards which helped keep my mind focused on the issue and referred to a lot of examples in my practice.

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