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Re: interview [#permalink] New post 02 Oct 2010, 10:39
i wrote to the interviewer that i may not be the best interviewee, but i am an excellent worker and he is welcome to read my performance reviews (since it's internal). i also stated how interested i am in the position after he explained the position to me. what do you think?[/quote]


I think that is good. Its good to be proactive. Unless you have some other angles to network the best thing to do now is sit back and pray for the best.

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Re: interview [#permalink] New post 02 Oct 2010, 10:49
whiplash2411 wrote:
I'm not sure if this applies, but I'd say talk confidently no matter what you say. I was talking to this person from Chevron and he threw a technical question at me and I completed messed up the answer but I must have said it so confidently that he just smiled. I didn't realize this after I came back home and was like "Crap!". But guess what? I got second round calls. Didn't get the job because I am a foreign national but it works :)

Go there, know what you're talking about or be sincere and fake the knowledge. Practice with a friend if that helps. I'm never afraid of speaking in public so that hasn't been a problem. Just practice and it's all good. You need to think that they want you :)

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Was it a H1B visa issue ?
Re: interview   [#permalink] 02 Oct 2010, 10:49
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