MinggI wrote out about 4 pages of answers of things I could be asked... I also wrote down what i'd do if confronted by an angry parent/nervous parent/clueless parent and then strengths/weaknesses, I wrote out essentially my current job description and everything I do there, uhhhh I'm gonna print out my application too which had a whole interview section on it with like 15 questions so there's that and then my resume/cover letter I'll print too.
She said it would take an hour. And that scares me lol. ahhhhhh, I want this job so bad. I hope I impress her. Based on our emails I think we got off on a good start. She said she was looking forward to speaking with me and that my application looked good. I don't know if that means anything. I hope it does lol.
Know your answers, dont read them word for word. And you wont be able to sift through the 4 pages of answers you wrote down to find the answer to the question she asks. But also, dont be afraid to say something along the lines of "thats an interesting question, would you mind if i took a couple minutes to collect my thoughts." and think about what you want to say.
If its going to be an hour long, she probably expects it to be conversational. She will also provide a lot of information on the position itself. Dont be afraid to ask a question during the interview. Definitely have some questions prepared to ask after the interview.
Have a strong closing too. Thank her for giving you the opportunity of interviewing with her, and mention that speaking with her about the position has heightened your interest.
Get her personal contact info. Email her after, thanking her again.
Thanks for helping me avoid studying for my exams tomorrow.
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