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Assessment centres aren’t all about tests and exercises – you’ll be expected to attend lunch or coffee breaks as well. Find out how to approach recruiters during these sessions!

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Recruiters want to know how their future employees will juggle tasks and deal with tricky situations, so some of them test potential staff by using in-tray exercises and case studies that simulate working life.

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Instead of just finding out what you are capable of, many employers are also interested in listening to what you like too. Here’s a quick guide to help you through such strengths-based interviews!

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Breaking down the run-up to the interview into a series of manageable chunks and actions can really help a lot.

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Not quite sure how to get past a phone interview? Read on for some handy tips!

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Quick tips for getting past Skype and video interviews.

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Here are some simple pointers to switch off the mind and body’s most irritating habits – so you can come and go to the interview with poise and calm.

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Being assertive is a great skill that everyone can learn, and it won’t put interviewers off.

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Recruiters may sometimes throw curveballs at you to assess you in a different light. Here are ten actual examples to give you an insight on what your interviewers are looking for when they toss them your way.

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We all know that body language is important – but how important?

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