Club experience, work experience, volunteer experience, overseas study experience, military exploits, etc.; review the foreign language or Hakka you speak; review your motivation for joining this company and three reasons why you won the position. Get ready; and take time to think about what you will be like in five years, because interviewers are phone database super loving to ask this question. Winning Tip: "The Fifth Page Theory" : Google is all the rage, have you ever wondered what will happen when everyone uses Google for their interview homework? That is, the vast majority of people will only finish the news/information/data on the first page (at most the second page) of the search results.
If you click on the "fifth page", you are likely to get information about this company/ This brand is not the same as news/information/data etc. And this little trick of formality allows you to get different "ingredients", and different "ingredients" allow you to cook different dishes, and finally have a subtle difference from other applicants. Sometimes, the reason why you win the interview is not that you are really good, but that you are different and refreshing. The second R is Remember, which refers to induction and memory focus Turn your past educational background,
club experience, work experience, volunteer experience, overseas study experience, military exploits into a "story", and then practice "telling a brief but complete story". The story itself should include QARs: Question, Actions, Results, first by delineating the question structure and your role in that event, then specifying the actions, and finally bringing out the results. Before entering the conference room, these "stories" in your mind can actually handle more than 70% of the questions, such as: "Tell me about one of your successes/failures.", "Do you want to fight independently,