Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Pencinta Terbaik - OST Cinta Kura-Kura

Monday, April 9, 2012

c0py paste jewrk.. hikhik.. =)

Preparing for the Interview
  1. Know the exact place and time of the interview, the names of the interviewers, eg. full name and correct pronunciation and their titles.
  2. Learn pertinent facts about the scholarship
  3. Find out why the interviewer is interested in your qualifications and academic record.
  4. Determine how the opportunity will impact your immediate and long-term career development.
  5. An interview is a “two-way street.” Know what questions to ask during the interview. Your questions allow the representative to evaluate your professional and personal needs. Insightful questions help both of you determine if your relationship will be mutually rewarding. Lastly, the better you understand the opportunity, the more you will be able to communicate your interest in the scholarship.
  6. Put your best foot forward. Always wear proper attire and greet your interviewer with a firm handshake and an enthusiastic smile.
  7. Practice with fellow students/ your supervisor to improve your confidence in talking about your research.

The Interview
  1. For the interviewer, the “right match” means the scholarship providers have identified individuals capable of performing the immediate challenges. More importantly, they hope the individuals have the potential to be future resources and assets to the nstitution offering the scholarship.
  2. You are being interviewed by the interviewer to determine whether you have the qualifications necessary to undertake the scholarship and whether a mutually rewarding professional
    relationship can be formed.
  3. Similarly, you must determine whether you can be successful in the scholarship and whether this opportunity will enable growth and development.

Read more »