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Avoid the ‘uh’ mo­ment

The worst thing that could hap­pen in the in­ter­view is blank­ing out to a ques­tion, or say­ing ‘Uh' or ‘Um' re­peat­edly. Be­havioural and tech­ni­cal ques­tions are common in a job in­ter­view. More­over, ac­cord­ing to the ‘Hir­ing Prac­tices in the MENA' poll, 52% of com­pa­nies in the MENA re­gion pro­vide train­ing for ev­ery­one in­volved in the hir­ing process, so you should do an in-depth anal­y­sis of all the tech­ni­cal as­pects of the job. Prac­tice on an­swers and re­visit your CV and make sure it con­veys all your key skills and ex­pe­ri­ence rel­e­vant to the job that you are be­ing in­ter­viewed for. After do­ing this, you can chalk out all the typ­i­cal ques­tions that may be asked dur­ing the in­ter­view.

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