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The 5 apps to help with job interviews

By Francesca Hooper on 08-03-2018

It seems that nowadays there is an app for absolutely everything - dating, selling and even

ways to help you find your car! So it's no surprise that there are a number of free ones that will help answer your questions.

Here is a list of 5 great apps that will get you ready to smash that interview!

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Interview Guide app

This Question and Answer app  from Placecom offers a wide range of questions on 14 different subjects. From Finance to Marketing, you can really hone your interviewing skills. The best thing about this app is that it offers you the opportunity to rehearse your own answers. If you're feeling unsure, relevant 'smart answers' will pop up to help add to your response.offers a wide range of questions on 14 different subjects. From Finance to Marketing, 40 of the most popular questions have been selected so that you can really hone your interviewing skills. The best thing about this app is that it offers you the opportunity to rehearse your own answers. If you’re feeling unsure, relevant ‘smart answers’ will pop up to help add to your response.

Headspace app

On the morning of the interview, sometimes it seems that having breakfast can feel impossible! If you feel like stress is starting to take its toll, take five to sit back and take a few breaths. Headspace is a free app that guides you through ten minutes of calming meditation. Whether you're in the kitchen or indulge in some relaxation you are sharp and 100% ready for whatever questions may be at you. 

Pramp app

Although it is more a website than an app, Pramp is perfect for those who wish to pursue a more technical career, like software engineers or web developers. The app offers the unique opportunity to practice interviewing someone face-to-face via video call. This helps immensely as it simulates the same pre-interview jitters that you would like to get along with similar questions, but as it's only a mock

Charlie app

Ever rushed into a meeting and completely blanked who you were talking to? Well, luckily, the Charlie app can help you there. It eliminates all embarrassing moments by pulling up all necessary information so that you are 100% ready. Not only this but Charlie combs through hundreds of sources and sends you a one-page email briefing of all relevant recruiters and the companies they represent. So if you have received an award, Charlie is there to highlight it, giving you an upper hand necessary information on your potential employer so that you are 100% ready.



Wordzen

Whether you're making a name for your cover letter or e-mailing a potential employer, Wordzen is a brilliant plug-in for your Gmail account. It ensures that all your writing is polished and professional. By clicking the "smart send" button after your first draft, the software will scan and transform your shorthand notes into professional emails. The process takes less than ten minutes and it's completely free. Perfect for those who are not confident in their grammar and want to make sure that all their professional correspondence is completely flawless.

Francesca Hooper writes for Inspiring Interns, which specialises in finding candidates their perfect internship. To browse our graduate jobs, visit our website.

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    11-09-2018

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