Friday, 24 February 2017

Stress interview Tips

Stress interview 

Stress is a physical term indicating  the impact of one subject on the other. Though  it may sound rather strange,  many experienced  interviewers  may often use this interview  method. In a Stress Interview,  a number of interviewers  shall continuously  by turn ask questions and cause pressure on the candidates to evaluate their ability  to handle high  pressure. Also, the goal of Stress Interview  is to test the candidates‘ ability  to work under a busy environment.  Questions in a stress interview  are commonly  relating  to multi-task  project, overtime  working or conflict handling  at work. 

1. Stress Interview  Process  

Stress Interview  is normally  performed  as follows: 
  •  Behavior  improperly  during  the interviews  which may cause hard feelings  for the candidates.
  •  The interviewers  keep a long silence before asking the candidates.
  • The interviewers  don‘t show certain manners to the candidates such as inviting  them to sit or drink a glass of water.
  • The interviewers  ask multiple  of questions  before the candidates can answer completely one. 
  • The candidates are made to wait for a long time before the interview. 
  • The interviewers  may criticize  the candidates no matter they approve or disapprove. 
  • The interviewers  may pretend not paying  attention  to the candidates and therefore,  make them very stressful. 

2. Methods of Dealing  with Stress Interview  

  • Keep your head cool is the best way to deal with this high  pressure.
  • Keep calm and don‘t get frustrated.  This is an interview.  There must be something  going on.
  • Maintain  a smile  on your face. Don‘t look so serious. 
  • Don‘t take persona ly  for what you see. Think  of this like a game of mind. 
  • Don‘t overreact for what you hear. 
  • Answer clearly and don‘t change  your answer.