My Resources

An interview is your chance to come face to face with representatives of the firm and to really show them that you have got what it takes to be successful in their organisation. As well as thinking about how to answer questions, if you have a disability or long-term health condition you will also need to decide whether to discuss or refer to this during the interview. You may also need to request any adjustments or support you require during the interview in order to demonstrate your potential. This section looks at all aspects of preparing for and undertaking an interview, including the additional considerations for someone with a disability....

To read the rest of this page, just login or become a member.
Becoming a member is easy & free!

To start enter your email address
Your password must be at least 8 characters long.
Would you like to create a Student-Account or Non-Student-Account?


Login to an existing account

If you have prepared for your interview it can be a rewarding learning-experience.

Top Tips

It is natural to be nervous; think about how you can manage your nerves.

Preparation is key; from your travel arrangements through to your answers to questions.

If you need support during the interview, ask for it.