How to Pass the Job Interview? This Lawyer Shares Magic Trick! Here's What You Should Do

By Giuliano De Leon

Apr 15, 2024 04:00 PM EDT

How can you pass a job interview? This question still has no definite answer. Answering this question is vital, especially for those just going through their job applications.

How To Pass Job Interview? This Lawyer Shares Magic Trick! Here's What You Should Do
A lawyer shares a magic trick on how to pass a job interview. Here's what you should do.
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A lawyer decided to share her secret. But is her magic trick really that effective in passing a job interview?

How to Pass the Job Interview? 

Aleks Nikolic, a 28-year-old tech lawyer, shared her magic job interview trick, which she claims to be her best tip for passing a job interview.

She said that this always helped her land a job, except once, when she came in second. Aleks said that her job interview tip is very easy to follow.

"My top tip to stand out in an interview is enthusiasm - especially if you're just starting out in an industry," said the tech lawyer.

"You need to think of interviews like a first date," she added via 7NewsAU.

Aleks explained that what she meant by treating it like your first date is to show as much interest as possible in the role you're applying for and the company.

The lawyer said her magic job interview trick uses "the rule of three:" skills, why they matter to the company, and the connection between them.

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Other Job Interview Tips

Many people were amazed at what Aleks shared. However, using her trick along with other job interview tips can still increase your chance of getting hired.

The University of North Georgia provided some hacks that you can also try to pass a job interview:

  • Always arrive 10-15 minutes early.
  • Research about the company, the interviewer's name, and other information.
  • Prepare questions you want to ask the interviewer.
  • Always tell the truth.
  • Instead of focusing on talking, prioritize listening.
  • Don't ask about the benefits and salary right away.

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