Academic Interview Preparation
I specialize in helping people have an exceptional experience during their academic interview
Fill out the form below and I will send you a list of common and uncommon questions you may be asked during your interview.
The A-Z guide to acing the interview process
Learn to best communicate whether in-person or virtually
One on one sessions
Provide information on your strengths and weaknesses
Be able to understand and hear clues about the position and what they are looking for
Includes two preparation interviews so you can practice what you learned.
About the practice interview process
Congratulations! You have gotten this far! You submitted your CV and cover letter and now you are asked to do an interview.
The most common first step in the interview process is a telephone or virtual interview before an in-person interview. With COVID-19, you may not have an in-person interview.
Now more than ever, it is important that your first interview allows you to set yourself apart from the competition.
The practice interview can be designed to best fit your needs whether it is the first or second interview or your teaching or research demonstration, the perfect job is just waiting around the corner.
I’m here to help.
Steps in Completing the Practice Interview
After signing up for the service
- I will send you a message asking for a PDF of a job you would be interested in interviewing for (or a job you are interviewing for). You will need to include your current CV and a cover letter.
- Next, we schedule a convenient time to meet via Zoom for a 60 minute practice interview. 30 minutes will be a mock interview. 30 minutes is reserved for feedback and to answer your questions.
- A post-interview report will be provide with additional feedback and references and a recording of the interview.
- A second 60 minute will be scheduled a convenient time to meet via Zoom for another 30 minute mock interview and 30 minutes feedback.