Pro way to pass a Job interview in Nigeria without hassle in 2022

Pro way to pass a Job interview

Indeed I know you want to know the Pro way to pass a Job interview pass without stress, you should be asking yourself questions like How do I prepare? What are they going to ask me? What should I ask them? Those are just a few of the questions that run through the mind of the average interviewee.

I won’t say it’s too hard passing an interview, it all depends on your personality, there are some tips I will be mentioning to put you on the right track.

You have to learn how to prepare yourself for a job interview.

Pro way to pass a Job interview in Nigeria without hassle

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Preparing for an interview

  1. Carefully examine the job description: You must understand the job description before applying, Most times people don’t know the requirements for all this stuff they just apply and fail.
  2. Consider why you are interviewing and your qualifications: Most time the interview want to know how good you are with the job and so they tease you to know if you’re qualified for the job or the right person for that role by asking you unbelievable questions.
  3.  Perform research on the company and role: This is important, finding a job is one thing, knowing what the company is and nwhat they want you to be doing is another thing. For you to be at both side comfortably, make sure you understood what the company/organization wants to give out and why they want you in that role.
  4. Consider your answers to common interview questions: Just like writing examination in the institution, there are times you need past question, this is a little bit different there are questions that are common and could be asked, you really don’t want to sound weird when questions like that are being asked.

There are a few examples of common interview questions:

Why do you want to work here?
The best way to prepare for this question is to learn about the products, services, mission, history, and culture of the company. In your answer, mention the aspects of the company that appeals to you and align with your career goals.

Example: “I’d love the opportunity to work with a company that’s making a difference. Finding a company with a positive work environment and values that align with my own has remained a priority throughout my job search, and this company ranks at the top of the list.”

What interests you about this role?
Employers ask this question to make sure you understand the role, and to allow you to highlight your relevant skills. It can be helpful to compare the role requirements against your skills and experience. Choose a few things you particularly enjoy or excel at, and focus on those in your answer.

Example: “I’ve been passionate about user experience design for most of my professional career. I was excited to see this company uses Adobe products because I’m well-versed in the entire suite. Also, I’m a huge advocate for applying agile workflows to design. I think it’s the most effective way to tackle large projects. I was able to successfully build and launch an agile process in my previous role as UX manager, and we saw considerable improvements in project speed.”

What are your greatest strengths?
This question allows you to talk about both your technical and soft skills. When an interviewer asks you to describe your strengths, share qualities and personal attributes and then relate them to the role for which you’re interviewing.

Example: “I’m a natural problem-solver. I find it rewarding to dig deep and uncover solutions to challenges—it’s like solving a puzzle. It’s something I’ve always excelled at, and something I enjoy. Much of product development is about finding innovative solutions to challenging issues, which is what drew me to this career path in the first place.”

There are composure you need to keep and this will lead us to the Things to do RIGHT in an interview

Things to do RIGHT in an interview

1) Dressing the Part 

When it comes to dressing, it is really important to keep yourself very neat and fascinating looking, if you want to win an interview, the first thing to do is to work on your dressing. You are dressing fine, but when you want to go for an interview there are things you are supposed to put on.

depending on your job role, in this scenario, I will be picking a role of a secretary in an office.

  1. Dress in clean and ironed suit or dress professional.
  2. Make sure you put on a cool and light deodorant.
  3. You don’twant to go in for an inverview without brushing.
  4. Make sure you cut your hair low or make it look neat, i don’t mean keeping dread.
  5. Make sure you don’t look tattered

4) Be Respectful of the Interviewers 

If you are not patient, slow to respond, cheerful, and respectful in speech and manner, man you will lose the job. no interviewer wants some talkative and disrespectful person in an interview, most interviewers have zero-tolerance. 

5) Good Non-Verbal Behavior 

  • Keep eye contact with the interviewer during the interviewer 
  • Make sure to always sit upright and be open with your body posture 
  • Look interested in all the questions the interviewer is asking you 

6) Be On Time to the Interview

Never, I say it again, never be late for an interview, this was meant to be the first one

7) Speak with Energy and Provide True Details

Be bold, speak with energy and confidence, even though you are not fluent, make sure you speak out loud without fear.

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Before you apply for a job make sure you have their requirement, practice with yourself, gain stability, be friendly and cheerful, smile while you talk, be serious when it is time to be, and don’t fear while speaking.

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