Confidence is Key - Let Us Help You Unlock Interview Success

Stepping into the world of job interviews can feel overwhelming, especially with the array of factors one must consider. This guide delves deep into the essentials of preparation, providing you with a structured pathway to ace your next interview. From understanding the importance of research, to harnessing the power of the STAR technique for behavioural questions, to etiquette nuances like appropriate dressing, and even managing those pre-interview jitters, we’ve got you covered.

We’ve listed out the most commonly asked interview questions, reminding you to stay true to your unique experiences. And as you progress through this journey, remember that every interview is a learning opportunity, pushing you a step closer to your dream job. Dive in, prepare diligently, and empower yourself for success.

Preparation Essentials

Research is Crucial

Know the Company: Familiarise yourself with the company’s values, history, and recent news.

Understand the Role: Thoroughly go through the job description to understand what’s expected.

Practice Makes Perfect

Mock Interviews: Schedule practice sessions to simulate the real thing.

STAR Technique: Situation, Task, Action, Result – a tried and true method for answering behavioural questions.



Dress appropriately for the role and industry.

Arrive early, ideally 10-15 minutes before the scheduled time. (Unless remote then just join thee link promptly)

Listen carefully and answer the question asked. (Try not to waffle)

Ask questions at the end of the interview - it shows your interest! (See examples at the bottom of the page)


Avoid speaking negatively about past employers or colleagues.

Don't be unprepared. Have at least one example for common situational questions.

Avoid oversharing or providing long-winded answers.

Don't forget to follow up with a thank-you note or email.

Common Interview Questions

  • Tell me about yourself.
  • Why do you want to work here?
  • Describe a challenging situation you’ve faced at work and how you dealt with it.
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Note: Remember to tailor your answers authentically to reflect your experiences and aspirations.

Managing Interview Anxieties

  • Breathing Exercises: Take deep, measured breaths to calm your nerves.
  • Visualisation: Picture a successful interview. Positive visualisation can boost confidence.
  • Preparation: The better prepared you are, the less anxious you’ll feel.
  • Post-Interview Reflection: Whether it’s a win or a learning experience, take time to reflect on what went well and areas of improvement.

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