An efficient way to use your time at a job fair is to visit the booths of your

An efficient way to use your time at a job fair is to

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102. An efficient way to use your time at a job fair is to visit the booths of your first-choice employers first, with a notebook in hand, and ask the representative to explain what the employer does. Adler - Chapter 06 #1
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Topic: Interviewing Strategies: Planning the Interview 103. The interviewer who wants to exert a lot of control over the interview should choosea structured format. In a structured interview, the interviewer tightly controls the interview. Adler - Chapter 06 #1
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Topic: Interviewing Strategies: Planning the Interview 104. In a structured interview the majority of questions are usually closed ones. A structured interview consists of a standardized list of precisely worded closed questions. Adler - Chapter 06 #1
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Topic: Interviewing Strategies: Planning the Interview 105. The structured interview allows the interviewer to follow up any intriguing or unclear answers that may arise. Adler - Chapter 06 #1
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Topic: Interviewing Strategies: Planning the Interview 106. A person who is new at interviewing would do best to follow an unstructured interview plan. Adler - Chapter 06 #1
06Topic: Interviewing Strategies: Planning the Interview 107. A moderately structured interview includes planned questions, but also allows for important but unforeseen topics to be examined.
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Topic: Interviewing Strategies: Planning the Interview 108. The "body" of a moderately structured interview consists of primary questions and possible secondary questions arranged under several relevant topics. The "body" of a moderately structured interview consists of primary questions and possible secondary questions arranged under relevant topics. Adler - Chapter 06 #1
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Topic: Interviewing Strategies: Planning the Interview 109. Secondary questions are questions that introduce a new topic. FALSE Primary questions introduce new topics. Adler - Chapter 06 #1
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Topic: Interviewing Strategies: Planning the Interview 110. Use secondary questions to probe for further information when the answer to the previous question seemed irrelevant or inaccurate. TRUE Use secondary questions to probe for further information when the answer to the primary question seemed irrelevant, vague, incomplete, or inaccurate.
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