Let me get started, I've got an interview next Thursday for a Graduate scheme, to me this could be the first step on the ladder of a proper career. My previous jobs have just been the normal weekend and minimum wage jobs, so you can begin to see why this is a big step up for me. The job seems to encompasses everything i have learnt at University theoretically and practically so it seems like a perfect match, but I'm also VERY aware that anything worth having in life doesn't come easy so im trying to get as prepared as possible.
Common sense tells me tells me my previous interviews (weekend & min wage jobs) won't come close to this interview (1 hour long with 1 hour verbal and maths testing), so im reaching out for advice. I can and have googled this all day long but what i want is some real advice from real situations from real people. There will be many people there with varying skill and experience levels, so what i really need is the ability to stand out and make the best possible impact i can.
Thank you for taking the time to read this and i will be grateful for any ounce of advice.
Things i've prepared/preparing for:
Background research on the company
List of questions they could ask me
List of questions i want to ask
Got all my documents in order ill be taking, CV Degree etc.
Practicing for the tests