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Top 5 Ways You Can Stand Out During The Hiring Process

Posted by Lucas Leung
Every candidate wants to stand out as the best applicant the recruiter has ever seen! In order to be the perfect person for the job, you need to convince 2 parties: yourself and the recruiting team. But how exactly do you do that? Here are 5 ways you can stand out during the hiring process.

Top Tips For Psychometric Testing Preparation

Posted by Lucas Leung
Simply put, a psychometric test is used to measure a candidate's suitability for a role based on their intellectual and personality traits. Familiarising yourself with these tests can go a long way to ensuring you ace them.

Library of Resources For Practicing Psychometric Testing

Posted by Lucas Leung
Psychometric tests help graduate employers assess things like cognitive ability, problem-solving, general knowledge, personality traits (such as empathy, situational awareness), and are generally taken online. Whilst similar to online personality tests you have taken whilst procrastinating on an assignment, there is a lot more reasoning and science behind graduate psychometric tests and can be a good avenue to learn about who you are and how you operate!

How To Prepare For Grad Assessment Centres

Posted by Lucas Leung
Assessment centres are used to evaluate the performance of candidates. You will usually be split into small groups to perform tasks, assessment exercises, and interviews. Companies will differ in the way they run an AC but the types of exercises and the structure remains relatively similar. In most assessment centres, the exercises will be designed to simulate different aspects of the work environment.

20 Of The Most Common Questions Asked In Interviews

Posted by Lucas Leung
One of the most important parts of preparing for an interview is practice. While some interviewers or companies take a unique approach, most job interviews will involve common questions that are used again and again. That's where we can help out! These types of questions are the ones that you should practice with and prepare in advance, spending the time getting comfortable with them.

The Ultimate Guide for Interview Preparation

Posted by Lucas Leung
Each application process will consist of multiple rounds of interviews, conducted in different mediums such as by phone, video, or in-person. This article will give you a complete guide and run-down on how to prepare for any kind of interview that comes your way.

Questions you should be asking at Careers Fairs

Posted by Lucas Leung
Careers fairs can actually be quite daunting for many reasons, ranging from the maze of company booths and representatives to the huge crowd of your fellow students. Imagine you've FINALLY reached the front of the line to chat with a recruiter but ... suddenly panic! You have no idea what questions you should be asking them.

How to Prepare for a Careers Fair

Posted by Lucas Leung
Careers fairs are often one (sometimes multiple) day events that give students the opportunity to meet recruiters and find out more about different companies in their hunt for a job. Preparing for a careers fair will ensure you have the best experience possible because, let's face it, you don't want to be wandering around endlessly not knowing where to go or what to do.

What makes a good internship experience?

Posted by Gradconnection
In a competitive job market, internships are a valuable experience for students to get job-ready during their university years. With limited time, finding the perfect internship experience is crucial. So, what makes a good internship and how can you get the most out of it?

What are Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and how do they work?

Posted by Lucas Leung
In basic terms, an applicant tracking system (ATS) is a robot that sifts through a mass number of resumes, giving some to humans to read if it matches a job description and then discarding the rest into a black hole. This is why it's a huge bonus to understand how an ATS works and outsmart it so that your resume makes it into the hands of a human (recruiter).



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