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How can I stop being nervous at interviews?

Question asked by: knowitall

There's an old saying:
'fail to prepare, prepare to fail'

Here is the key: preparation.

If you go through and practice the interview scenario several times with a friend, who asks you mock questions, then you can relax.

Make sure you know everything on your CV and prepare answers to standard questions.

By doing lots of preparation you can reduce the nerves.

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The best way to feel less anxious is to prepare well and do some relaxtion techniques before you go in. Such as, deep breathing exercises. Try to relax, prepare well and you'll be fine!
By: Joay

Date of comment: Mon, Jan 30th 2006

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