Applying for a place or role
Getting any education place or job is a highly motivating and rewarding experience, especially if you have put effort into the research, preparation and delivered well in the interview process.
Clearly understanding and responding to the brief or advertised role is key to your success. Very few candidates are the perfect match.
There can often be 100’s of applicants for a role, therefore standing out amongst the crowd is key.
This means the recipient of these applications wants to find reasons to remove as many people as possible from the 1st stage of the process. A submission that isn’t clear, well-structured, concise and responding to a brief will be quickly rejected, therefore having a winning approach is essential.
Learning how to demonstrate your life and soft skills through an interview process is a skill in itself and very much relies on you understanding the difference between the “what” and the “how” and why this is important.
Once you’ve learned the methodology and landed that place or role, it will give you considerable confidence to repeat it, meaning that you’ll be more likely to achieve success more frequently at future interviews and assessment centres.