28 Mar THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO SMASHING ONLINE INTERVIEWS | ONLINE UNIVERSITY INTERVIEW TIPS UK (2021)
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THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO SMASHING ONLINE INTERVIEWS | ONLINE UNIVERSITY INTERVIEW TIPS UK (2021)
0:00 – Intro
1:22 convenience of online interviews
2:15 how to control your nerves
3:43 Top Tip 1
4:28 Know your own application
5:33 Top Tip 2
6:15 Body Language
6:37 Top Tip 3
7:22 Bonus Tip (my experience)
Today’s one is all about how you can SMASH your ONLINE UK University Interview. So I’ve created this ULTIMATE GUIDE which can give your TIPS and get you on your way to smashing these online INTERVIEWS.
University interview’s have shifted from the traditional format to online interviews this year due to the pandemic. So here are a few TIPS you should look out for.
Let me start off by saying that INTERVIEWS are daunting for everyone unless you’re so accustomed to it so don’t be feeling like you’re the only one that’s nervous. In fact I’d be more concerned if you weren’t nervous at all. Now you of course don’t want to be too nervous where you start tripping over your words and struggling to string together your sentences.
And the best way to overcome your nerves is by getting FAMILIAR with the context of your interviews.
Interviews are not designed to TRIP you up. The whole idea behind an INTERVIEW is
primarily because the university actually approved of your application and because places are limited and they have had more applicants for places they want to see the applicants in person or as in this case online to see whether you can enhance on that initial impression they have of you.
EXTENSION OF YOUR UCAS FORM
Make sure you are familiar with your UCAS application. The amount of times that I’ve seen students trying to wing it without having re-read their own personal statement – well put it this way – it becomes very apparent to the person interviewing you – since the likelihood is that they’ve interviewed hundreds if not thousands of candidates and they’ll know who has and hasn’t prepared.
One of the drawbacks off an online interview is that you feel distant and can find it difficult to connect to the INTERVIEWER on the other side. This is why a good introduction is absolutely paramount and try and have ice breakers as a way of bridging awkward silences or long pauses.
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