by Martin YateThis is the third, and most challenging book about interviews that I have read this weekend.
I just spent four hours walking through the streets of York reading interview questions and thinking up answers to them. On one level, it's really interesting to do that because it really teaches me things about myself and about memory that… oh, who am I trying to kid - I'm reading these books because I have to because I have to attend a couple of interviews and if I wasn't, then I wouldn't put myself through this - period.
Having said that, I'm glad that the other two books were lightweight (so I could get through them quickly) and that this, even though it's heavy stuff, is at least interesting (so that I can be entertained as I read through it slowly).
When I think about the interviews I went through in the past and the fool I must have seemed as I stumbled through the questions and answers without knowing squat about the science behind it all, it makes me wonder how I managed to get any job at all.
If you are wanting to get a job, or a better job - read this book first - and really read it - and really think about what your answers would be to the questions here - and then read it again - and keep thinking about what you're going to say in that interview, right up to the point where you get your dream job.
I just wish I'd read this book sooner.
I wish I knew that books like this even existed!
|Title||Great Answers To Tough Interview Questions|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|File size||1.3 Mb|
|Book rating||4.53 (64 votes)