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Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by emmadrg, Nov 25, 2011.
Great news! Keeping fingers crossed for you
That's great news. Fingers crossed. I did a written task on one of my interviews Still no job though! It was all about safeguarding. I was given various situations and had to write about what I would do it those circumstances. Just thought it may be useful to know what other people have done. Good luck!
Thank for all the good lucks. Not stressing too much about the unseen written task, as realised I've had one before but called an 'in-tray', and if it's unseen can't do much about that! However if it's Maths I may have a problem. Oh well!
As for everything else - erm still panicking and have already taken 'Rescue Remedy'. Hasn' t worked for far, but need to continue to sort myself out.
Right need to start <strike>panicking, </strike>preparing some more! x
Remember that everyone else will be feeling nervous too!
Wear something that you feel comfortable and confident in for the interview.
Give a nice firm handshake and smile.
You have to act as if you are confident - even if you aren't - this is what most of us do all the time! You'd be surprised at how many people who come across as confident are actually tied in knots inside.
You must stop talking yourself out of this job before you've even got to the interview. Just think about what you can do well - positive thoughts only from now on please.
That's the ticket!