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Posted by: Lion | 2007/05/07

Interview

Does anybody here have good advice, when being ask
1. Positve Points
2. Negative Points
Also difficult to answer \, especially the negative points?
Advice will be appreciated.

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Posted by: Maria | 2007/05/07

Tell the truth about your positive points, don't be shy. Give examples of behaviour that highlight your positivie points.
As for negative points, also mention what you do to improve, or how you turn the negative into a positive. You could e.g. say that you had a problem with written communication as you are dyslexic, but you went for therapy to help you improve, learnt to use a spellchecker and invested in software that lets you dictate rather than typing.

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Posted by: Oppie | 2007/05/07

Negative points:
*Try to take on too much at a time due to enthusiasm over work - find it difficult to delegate

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