Avjobs Online Practice Interview
Our "Online Practice Interview" contains
hundreds of "sample" questions that you could
be asked during your next interview. Get a jump start on
the competition by having your answers ready. You will knock
your interviewer's socks off by being confident and ready
to answer anything they have to throw at you!
The "Online Practice Interview" includes
audio, video and hundreds of sample questions. So
turn up your sound and practice those interview skills.
The purpose of the job interview is to persuade the employer
that you have the skills, background, and ability to do
the job and that you can comfortably fit into their organization.
Everyone must understand that you are not just being evaluated
on your experience and education alone, but also by your
looks, personality, confidence, enthusiasm, and any other
attribute that can help them decide whether or not you are
right for the job. You may find out that some people get
hired just because the interviewer "liked" them.
Of course this is not always the case, but developing effective
interviewing skills can help!
- The "Online Practice Interview" is intended
to re-create the actual interview experience.
- This "Online Practice Interview" will
be fast paced and to the point.
- You will be presented with a series of interview
questions in random order. This interview will
continue until you stop the process. This way
you may continue to practice your answers for as long
as you want. To stop the interview, simply close
the interview window in your browser.
- Be sure to answer the questions completely and correctly.
Keep your answers to the point and remember not to get
too wordy or lengthy in your response. Remember,
the more you say, the more you increase your odds of
saying something the interviewer doesn't want to hear.
- Each question has a specified time limit for answering.
There is a countdown timer located at the bottom of
each question that displays the time remaining to answer
the question. If you find that the interviewer
is interrupting you with the next question before you
have finished your answer, YOUR ANSWERS ARE TOO LONG.
Practice short concise and complete answers to each
- The next question will automatically be asked when
the time expires. If you have finished answering
the question and you have time remaining, you can sit
back and wait for the next question, or, click the "Next
Question" link at the bottom of the page.
- It is important that you talk back directly to
your computer monitor OUT LOUD as if you were actually
sitting across from the interviewers desk. The
time it takes to say the words out loud is actually
much longer than the time it takes to think them in
- This "Online Practice Interviews" is a
great tool for building your self confidence and interview
- Interviewers often change direction with their questioning
to see how you think on your feet and how you handle
the situation. Likewise, this "Online Practice
Interview" will use the same format. All
of the questions will be asked in random order.
- Don't try to anticipate the next question.
Rather, you should concentrate on giving the best answer
to the question you have been asked.
- It's OK if you are asked the same question twice.
The interviewer may be trying to gather additional information
that you may not have provided the first time you answered
the question. Go ahead and answer the question
again. This time you may want to provide additional
information, but be sure not to give a different answer.