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    How to prepare for campus interview for MBA?

    I'm a MBA student and have an avg of 60% now. How to prepare for campus interview? How many interview steps in MBA students?



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    Raju22711 is offline Junior Member Raju22711 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to prepare for campus interview for MBA?

    You have first division in your MBA.

    Your marks are good in mba.

    Now you have to face campus interview for job.

    If your college is reputed one then reputed companies will come there to offer jobs.

    If it is normal college then normal companies will come there for campus interview.

    For normal companies interview will be like formality.

    Well they want talanted staff for their company.

    So they will test your business skill, your personality and your behaviour with other people.

    You you have to go frankly with no hasition for interview.

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    Re: How to prepare for campus interview for MBA?

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    congratulations for your Mba
    you would find the below tips very useful

    Research the organization

    The first step to good interview preparation is to research the organization. Learn more about the various businesses of the company, their subsidiaries, who their competitors are and what their advertising says. Interview preparation materials that you can use include company web sites, media reports, annual reports and product analysis. If the company is listed, then read the financials of the company too. This research will also give you a fair idea as to where you fit in and what interview questions the interviewer is likely to ask.


    Rework your CV

    One of the first steps to the interview preparation process is to fine tune your resume. So take a hard look at your resume. Rewrite your mission statement to match the requirements of organization and add relevant experiences or skills that will make you more attractive to the organization. A study of the companyís advertising will give you a feel of the organizationís marketing strategy, whether it is aggressive or laid back. Set the CVís tone accordingly


    Reassess your skills

    Many job interview questions will focus on your core skills and so the interview preparation process includes being prepared for technical interview questions on your skills. So pull out your books and brush up on your core subjects again. Read about the latest findings in your particular field. Talk to people in this particular vertical and learn about recent trends. Highlight the skills sets that would be required by the organization. For instance, if you are applying for the vacancy of a copy writer in an advertising agency, take samples of creative writing you have done in college or for the community.


    Network with the organization

    Once you get the job interview letter, make your sure you establish contact with the points person, usually in the Human Resources (HR) department. Tell her that you have received the letter and iron out any thing in the letter which is not clear, be it time of interview, location or what certificates/ samples of work you have to carry with you.

    Donít stop with the human resources. Establish contact with people in the job functions you are interviewing for. Your interview preparation will get a solid boost if you can meet with them to learn more about the organization and their careers.


    Practice is an important part of preparing for an interview

    You might feel foolish doing this, but it is a good idea to practice in front of a mirror. Smile and say `Good Morningí to yourself. Answer common interview questions to yourself.

    Better still is to get others to interview you. Friends and faculty are often a good source. You can also avail of Graduate Tutorís interview preparation and practice services to have a professional interview you.

    Plan what you are going to wear the job interview based on the culture of the organization. It is better to be a little over dressed than underdressed. Select clothes which are not too loose or too tight.

    All the Best

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    Re: How to prepare for campus interview for MBA?

    Hi

    congratulations for your Mba
    you would find the below tips very useful

    Research the organization

    The first step to good interview preparation is to research the organization. Learn more about the various businesses of the company, their subsidiaries, who their competitors are and what their advertising says. Interview preparation materials that you can use include company web sites, media reports, annual reports and product analysis. If the company is listed, then read the financials of the company too. This research will also give you a fair idea as to where you fit in and what interview questions the interviewer is likely to ask.


    Rework your CV

    One of the first steps to the interview preparation process is to fine tune your resume. So take a hard look at your resume. Rewrite your mission statement to match the requirements of organization and add relevant experiences or skills that will make you more attractive to the organization. A study of the companyís advertising will give you a feel of the organizationís marketing strategy, whether it is aggressive or laid back. Set the CVís tone accordingly


    Reassess your skills

    Many job interview questions will focus on your core skills and so the interview preparation process includes being prepared for technical interview questions on your skills. So pull out your books and brush up on your core subjects again. Read about the latest findings in your particular field. Talk to people in this particular vertical and learn about recent trends. Highlight the skills sets that would be required by the organization. For instance, if you are applying for the vacancy of a copy writer in an advertising agency, take samples of creative writing you have done in college or for the community.


    Network with the organization

    Once you get the job interview letter, make your sure you establish contact with the points person, usually in the Human Resources (HR) department. Tell her that you have received the letter and iron out any thing in the letter which is not clear, be it time of interview, location or what certificates/ samples of work you have to carry with you.

    Donít stop with the human resources. Establish contact with people in the job functions you are interviewing for. Your interview preparation will get a solid boost if you can meet with them to learn more about the organization and their careers.


    Practice is an important part of preparing for an interview

    You might feel foolish doing this, but it is a good idea to practice in front of a mirror. Smile and say `Good Morningí to yourself. Answer common interview questions to yourself.

    Better still is to get others to interview you. Friends and faculty are often a good source. You can also avail of Graduate Tutorís interview preparation and practice services to have a professional interview you.

    Plan what you are going to wear the job interview based on the culture of the organization. It is better to be a little over dressed than underdressed. Select clothes which are not too loose or too tight.

    All the Best

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    Re: How to prepare for campus interview for MBA?

    Campus interview play a very vital role to get the job. In the campus the companies comes to take you and itís a very great opportunity for the every job seekers. Now the time is that how to prepare for the campus interview for this you can take the help of the internet, magazines, seniors, books.
    Most of the companies are following this rule-
    • Aptitude test
    • GD round
    • Technical round
    • HR round
    You should not afraid in the interview time they are asking only the basics questions of your study and most questions they are asking about your life. So i think without any hesitation you can give the all the answer.

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