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So, you have passed the company’s initial screening process and have been invited for an interview. Knowing what to expect during the interview, whether it be held over the phone, via video, or face-to-face, is crucial to being offered the position. The interview process will help the company gain further insight into your workplace competencies and persona. By researching and familiarizing yourself with the behaviors and qualities associated to the position you have applied for, you will heighten your chances of being offered the position in the end.
Verbal assessments are scored by taking your raw score, then comparing it to those of other applicants. This culmination of scores is then compared to the benchmark score which has been provided by the test creator.
The Personality Test is a more reliable means of evaluating the personality of potential employees that interviews. This test is so cleverly constructed by leading psychologists that it presents employers with a clear picture of whom they are considering for an applied position. It allows employers to predict whether their potential employees will demonstrate production, property, or political deviance and whether they are likely to become aggressive or vengeful when interacting with their co-workers. To ascertain these unpleasant possibilities more precisely, the Personality Test contains several types of questions. Some of them will present you with pictures of people and you will need to describe their emotional reaction to certain circumstances. Other questions will require you to rank your attitude to given statements, on the scale from the least agreement to the most agreement. The Personality Test is usually long and may take you up to 3 hours to answer all its questions.
A phone interview is usually the first stage in a company’s hiring process. After your résumé and cover letter have been screened, you will get a phone from the company’s Human Resources manager who will talk to you about your educational background and work experience. Expect to answer questions about the information you put on your résumé. The Human Resources manager may also tell you about the company, its structure, and benefits you will get, if you are hired.
You should send a cover letter only if your employers ask for it. If employers specify that they expect a résumé and references from you but do not mention the cover letter, leave the cover letter out. But if, on the other hand, they state that applicants should send them the cover letter, a failure to do so may disqualify you as a potential candidate for the position. By not sending your cover letter, you will also lose a good opportunity to tell your employers about yourself in a more personal tone. Remember that the résumé states dry facts. Even though it says a lot about your education and work experience, it does not reveal your personality. In your cover letter, by contrast, you can write about your ideology, career objectives, drives, and hobbies and, in so doing, draw a more personal self-portrait that may impress your recruiters more than dry facts about the places where you worked.
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