LC8150 Posted June 18, 2018 Share Posted June 18, 2018 Hi all, I am attending my first interview on Monday and I was just wondering what is appropriate to bring to the interview. I always get super nervous at the start of interviews until they lighten up and fall into conversation. For that reason I have always carried a folder that contains copies of my resume and notes that I have jotted down that they might ask about. Is there any other documents I should bring with me to make myself more memorable. I know they have all this information ahead of time but sometimes it is nice for them to see it in front of them. I have notes in my folder for questions I might have about the job so I don't leave anything out and sometimes I write down what I wanted to make sure I include in my interview that may be new information or an extension of what I wrote in my application. I also like to jot down bullet points just to keep my thoughts on track since I tend to ramble when I'm nervous. Has anyone done this for school interviews or seen other students do this? I've never had a problem doing this with a job interview just to make sure I say what I want to say but I do not want it to come across as I do not have answers without preparing them ahead of time. Any thoughts or advice on this practice would be greatly appreciated! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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