Covid changed pretty much everything. Even though many things have returned to “normal,” interviews for many medical and other schools and many job interviews are still held online. These are often in a video chat but are sometimes given in an asynchronous interview format, or Unsupervised Interview Test, where there is no actual connection with a real person at all.
How do you prepare for each? Can a mock interview really help? Are there new skills? In what areas should you shift your attention as you get ready for your interview?
We were helping students with online interview coaching for years before Covid made it an essential skill. You will receive detailed input on:
- Camera positioning
- Microphone positioning to ensure better sound
- Proper choice of attire
- Body language and posture
- Strategic selection of your background
- How to compensate for the lack of personal contact
The rules surrounding your interview format may be always changing, but your ability to make the best of those few moments remains as vital as ever. We help you prepare for your online interview by focusing on the elements that can help you truly stand out!
NEW! Get practice in an asynchronous interview setting!
To help you have the best interview possible, we are excited to now offer a whole new level of practice and preparation to our interview coaching!
For the additional low cost of $75, you can now build your comfort in our asynchronous setting, similar to those used in actual online interviews by leading universities and workplaces.
Know what to expect and how to react. Know how to make best use of your prep time, and be comfortable pacing your responses. Just check the Asynchronous Interview add-on when booking, and get the extra preparation you need to be ready for any interview setting.