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11 Results for "behavioral interviews"

Handling Behavioral Questions in a Law Firm Interview

by Nancy Vesta | June 17, 2024

In this post by Vault Law editorial coordinator Nancy Vesta, we offer some advice on handling behavioral interview questions in a law firm interview.

Strategies for Answering Five Common Legal Interview Questions

by Vault Law Editors | March 27, 2024

In this post, we present five of the most common questions asked in legal interviews and offer tips for preparing to answer them.

Preparing for Behavioral Interview Questions

by Vault Law Editors | March 06, 2024

In this post based on an article from Vault’s Career Guide to Law, we help you prepare for behavioral interview questions.

How to Feel More Confident in Interviews

by Julia Adams | January 04, 2021

Here are five ways to fight interview anxiety—and boost your confidence in the process.

3 Questions Never to Ask Your Interviewer—and What to Ask Instead

by David Solloway | September 01, 2020

Here are the do's and don'ts of answering that inevitable interview question, "So, do you have any questions for me?"

The Right Mindset for Interview Success

by David Solloway | August 05, 2020

Your beliefs about interviews will influence how you prepare for and perform in them. Here's how to get into the right mindset to succeed in your next interview.

19 Behavioral Interview Questions Big 4 Firms Are Asking Now

by Vault Careers | April 08, 2020

Here are 19 behavioral interview questions ("Tell me about a time ..." questions) you need to nail to work for one of the Big 4 accounting firms.

How to Prepare for the Three Parts of an Interview

by Stephen Marshall | September 23, 2019

Typically, an interview has three parts: the "tell me about yourself" part, the "behavioral question" part, and "the do you have any questions for me?" part. Here, you'll find tips for how to prepare for all three parts, so you can nail your next interview.

How to Answer the 'Tell Me About Something NOT on Your Resume' Interview Question

by Vault Careers | October 25, 2018

To help you craft a unique response to this common question, here are three ways that you can go about answering it.