Top 7 Aspects You Have to Prepare for the Interview in China

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You have received an interview notification from China employers? Congratulations! Now you have to prepare for the coming interview. If you want to do really well in your interview, then read on for preparation you need for the interview in China.
You have received an interview notification from China employers? Congratulations! Now you have to prepare for the coming interview. If you want to do really well in your interview, then read on for preparation you need for the interview in China.
 
1.  Do Research into the Employer and the Interview Process
Before the interview, you should do research to the employer and the person that will interview you as well as the interview process. Ask for any explanatory material they can provide you as far as possible. Be aware of the interview time and type.
 
2.  Make Your Own Capacities Meet the Employer’s Requirements
Read all the information gathered carefully and keep them in your mind. Make your own capacities meet the job requirements as far as possible. Show you understanding of professional knowledge during the interview to express your wish of entering the company.
 
3.  Prepare a Series of Questions to Ask the Interviewer
Preparation means you conduct to understand the situation of the employer company and things you are not familiar with or the job opportunities. You may want to ask a question about the Professional Studies, skill upgrading and the advanced opportunity. You can also request interviews to explain the criteria for the success of the company.
 
4.  Prepare for the Possible Questions
Be ready to answer some challengeable questions such as “Please make a self-introduction"; "How much do you know about the situation of this industry"; "What is the evaluation of your former boss to your greatest strengths and weaknesses "and so on.
 
5.  Read Your Prepared Answers Aloud
Have you ever heard a Chinese idiom "Practice makes perfect,"? Once you master those possible questions, you should record the answers, and read out loud repeatedly. Ask people to come give you a "mock interview" and then evaluate your performance.
 
6.  Try Hard to Project Yourself during Interview
How you project yourself during interview has much to do with your job opportunity. Be sure to arrive at least 10 minutes before the interview begins. Pay attention to your wear and make yourself look sophisticated as far as possible. Take several resumes with you as well as all relevant certificates. Greet to your interviewer with formal and Well-bred behavior. Be confident during interview.
 
7.  Review and Sum up after Interview
After the interview, you should review the difficult questions you meet during interview. Consider how to answer the questions better. Note all the details of the interview as far as possible including the interviewer’s name and position. Write a thank-you note to him and other relevant staff in One week. 
 

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