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Is there any tricky way to crack the interviews even more easier ??

It's too difficult to get a job in the core field of electronics #digital-electronics


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Anna’s Answer

Hello Saju!

I'm on the phone with a colleague in India also helping answer the question for you!

I would say to start, make sure you have experience down on your resume in the electronics field. It could be experience working at a local electronics shop doing repairs down the street.

When you are qualified for the job you are applying to, that will make the interview much easier. Prepare answers ahead of time for potential questions they may ask, or think of experiences you have that showcase your skills. A common interview response style that is preferred by most companies is STAR method - Situation, Task, Action, Result.

Answering questions in this order will make your answers sound clear and will help the interviewer understand how you contributed to the situation.

Overall, be prepared, know about the company you are interviewing for, and ask questions at end when you have the opportunity.

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Shraddha’s Answer

There is no such magic trick to crack an interview. 90% of the interview depends upon your knowledge, experience and the way in which you showcase the same and convince the interviewer that you will be a valuable asset to him.
I have listed down a few pointers which will most likely help you tide through the other 10% bit:)

1. Arrive early, dress formally and be confident.
2. Research the company beforehand.
3. Arrive early at the venue.
4. Be neatly groomed and dress formally.
5. Be confident.
6. Maintain a composed body posture.
7. Answer to the point.
8. Say, 'I don't know', if you don't know the answer.

Hope this helps!!

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Shraddha’s Answer

There is no such magic trick to crack an interview. 90% of the interview depends upon your knowledge, experience and the way in which you showcase the same and convince the interviewer that you will be a valuable asset to him.
I have listed down a few pointers which will most likely help you tide through the other 10% bit:)

1. Arrive early, dress formally and be confident.
2. Research the company beforehand.
3. Arrive early at the venue.
4. Be neatly groomed and dress formally.
5. Be confident.
6. Maintain a composed body posture.
7. Answer to the point.
8. Say, 'I don't know', if you don't know the answer.

Hope this helps!!

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Supreethkumar’s Answer

Yes, know the subject and be confident.

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Mary Christine’s Answer

Hi,

First, make sure your resume focuses on your skill sets.

Next, prepare and practice. Prepare by studying up on the company. I had a group interview once where they asked me to do a quick presentation on the company. Practice in a mirror or with a friend.

Be confident and calm and you will do great!




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