Written on: 01/04/2006 by Gbeattie (1 review written)
The book has some very good questions. Peter writes sample answers which of course you have to study closely in order to get the drift.
Perhaps Peter could have suggested that readers work out well-thought out answers of their own, and record them.
The text in The 250 Job Interview Questions You'll Most Likely Be Asked: And the Answers That Will Get You Hired! is very well organized. Again, most readers are too lazy to do real work on this area, and may think that their responses will not sound too genuine if practiced too much. Those that do too little practise fail interviews more much often than those that practise "too much", if that is at all possible. The stress of an interview is subtle, but can be very intimidating. To give rote answers to questions would be stupid. Peter Veruki is not suggesting that.
Peter's "Zingers" are good, and he analyzes the stress questions and gives good analyses of the replies.
Peter should have challenged the readers to spend time writing out each type of question. Of course, this takes days, hundreds of hours, but you can NEVER be too prepared for an interview. After all, how much is a job worth to you?
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