Job Interview Questions about your Education – part 4
Here are some Job Interview Practice questions each followed by Key vocabulary.
Job Interview Questions about your education and Useful Vocabulary
What would say, in terms of training or special aspects of your education, has prepared you for this position?
What courses or parts of your degree have been the most helpful or essential in doing your job?
|a main subject, to read history = to study history|
|a lecturer, to attend a lecture on…|
|a deeper understanding of…, project work, research, tutorials, presentations, assignments, dissertation, thesis…|
|to learn about / to be taught|
|to be assigned homework, to keep up with the workload, to keep the pace with university work|
|to take part/ to participate in school activities|
to enrol on a degree course
|an online course, distance learning course, diploma, certificate, vocational course, non-vocational course, degree|
Your Checklist: Don’t forget to carry on working on the following points:
- Write your CV
- Write your Cover Letter
- Personalise your Letter of Application
- Prepare for the interview (Job Interview Questions)
- Learn Key Vocabulary
- Prepare your LinkedIn profile
- Make sure your Social Media accounts’ privacy settings are set appropriately
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