07-27-2022 10:10 PM
07-28-2022 10:26 AM
That's fantastic news! So great to hear he did so well, you must be feeling extremely proud
I imagine he'll find some more confidence after that achievement and having something to look forward to will help him to look to the future again. Well done for supporting him through this!
03-01-2023 08:32 PM
It's great that he was able to find a school he likes and was able to get another interview.
Are you able to do some interview practice with him to help him prepare?
If he recalls any of the previous questions they asked him, that may be a good starting point to help him expand on his thoughts and what he would like to say.
I'm not sure if this applies to him, but here is an article about how to stop being nervous, which may also help him to feel prepared for the interview Best of luck and keep us posted as to how it goes!
I can give you some general tips on interview preparation.
Research the company: Before the interview, make sure you research the company and understand their mission, values, and products/services they offer.
Review the job description: Make sure you have a clear understanding of the job requirements and the skills and experience that are necessary for the role.
Prepare responses to common interview questions: There are many common interview questions that you can prepare for, such as "Tell me about yourself," "What are your strengths/weaknesses," and "Why do you want this job?" Practice your responses to these questions and think about how you can showcase your skills and experience.