How do I know what the interviewer is going to ask me?

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Career counselor Karen Chopra explains how to prepare for an interview by studying the available information and being comfortable speaking about your experience.

    Karen Chopra: Hi! I am Karen Chopra, I am a Career Counselor in Washington, D.

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    , and now we are going to talk about how to prepare for interview questions?

    How do I know what the interviewer is going to ask me?

    Karen Chopra: You are never going to know what they are going to ask you in an interview. If you go to the career section of any book store, there are literally dozens of books full of potential interview questions. So don't panic and don't try to read their mind.

    What you want to know is the questions that you are most particularly worried about having to answer and the questions that they give in their interest, the want that they have posted and any other information, you can up with what they are mostly likely to ask you. And you want to focus on preparing that material for the interview, and then you will be ready sort of for whatever form the question comes in when they finally deliver it.

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