PRE-RECORDED VIDEO INTERVIEW TIPS, Questions & BRILLIANT ANSWERS!


PRE-RECORDED VIDEO INTERVIEW TIPS, Questions & BRILLIANT ANSWERS! By Richard McMunn of:

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In this video, Richard McMunn will teach you how to prepare for and pass a pre-recorded video interview!

WHAT IS A PRE-RECORDED VIDEO INTERVIEW? 01:03
A pre-recorded video interview is where you record your answers to several interview questions using a platform that is provided by the employer. Once you have recorded your answers on the platform, the interviewer will watch them and assess you. There is usually a time limit in which you must answer each question.

7 PRE-RECORDED INTERVIEW TIPS 06:15
TIP #1 – Dress professionally for the pre-recorded interview. Although the assessor will only see the top half of you, it is important to dress smartly. How you dress says a lot about your professionalism and your motivations for the position.

TIP #2 – It is perfectly acceptable to wear headphones and a mic during the pre-recorded interview, or you can simply speak into your device’s built-in microphone.

TIP #3 – Make sure there are no background noises or distractions in the room or location you undertake the pre-recorded interview in.

TIP #4 – Speak clearly and concisely at all times during the pre-recorded video interview. Avoid rushing your answers and do not talk too fast.

TIP #5 – Smile, be positive, and look interested during the pre-recorded interview!

TIP #6 – Sit upright in the chair and maintain good body posture!

TIP #7 – When giving your answers to the interview questions, look into the webcam or camera within your device instead of the screen. This will take some practice!

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21 PRE-RECORDED VIDEO INTERVIEW QUESTIONS & ANSWERS:
Q1. Tell me about yourself. 09:40
Q2. Why do you want to work for our company? 11:49
Q3. Why are you interested in this position? 13:00
Q4. What are your strengths? 14:16
Q5. Tell us about a time when you took into consideration the needs of another person. 15:32
Q6. What experience do you have relevant to this position?
Q7. How would you deal with conflict with a co-worker?
Q8. Tell me about a time when you went above and beyond what was required at work.
Q9. Why should we hire you?
Q10. Why do you want to leave your job?
Q11. What’s your biggest weakness?
Q12. Tell me about your greatest professional achievement.
Q13. Tell me about a time when you made a mistake.
Q14. How do you handle pressure?
Q15. Tell me about a time when you were under pressure at work. What was the situation, and how did you get through it?
Q17. How would you deal with a difficult customer?
Q18. Describe a situation when you went above and beyond for a customer.
Q19. What motivates you?
Q20. Describe yourself in three words.
Q21. Where do you see yourself in five years?

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  1. I've completed one a while ago and unfortunately I found it awful. I find face to face interviews much easier as you're talking to a real person and it's amazing how much you are interacting with the interviewer. The visual and verbal connection with a human feels much more natural . . I think I've got another video this week and am absolutely dreading it. I can deal with sales, customer services, accounting, admin , team leader, etc etc, my skills etc doesn't include being a film presenter. I can deal with a teams interview as its with real people but talking to a screen just freaks me out.

  2. Hey there, I am in the process of submitting the PNP application and in the process I have uploaded an old version of my resume and gone past to page 7 of 10 . Now it does not allow me to go back to page 6 of 10 and upload my latest cv. Is there any recommendations ? Should I withdraw and try applying from the scratch ?

  3. I really like the way you helped ESL worker. I was educated by the Brits all my life but am living in America now. You positive attitude with the foreign workers put the Americans in SHAME. You should make a video to train the American managers how to help the foreign professional workers to gear up for the new working environment. GREAT.

  4. Thanks so much for this video, but can these answers be used for a Master's program interview? Would appreciate any suggestions that could help me get more prepared for my interview. Thanks

  5. Dear Sir, English is not my mother language. However, I have been using it for several years in my professional career. I don't live in the countries where the English is dominantly spoken. I found a job interview opportunity a while ago at a company located in the UK. The interview was conducted online and it took 2 hours. The interviewers were the managers of the function. There was no HR representative. Unfortunately, I was not chosen for the 2nd round. I wish I had been given the reason why I had not been picked by the interviewers. This would have been comforting. I still find the HR process mean

  6. What are some tips that you can give to some person who has never done this before? It's not like everyone of us has experience with recording ourselves. I believe it might come naturally to people who are recording videos in TikTok, Youtube or Instagram, but for most people we struggle with nervousness and our recorded answers might turn out bad.

  7. Last year this time I watched your video and landed the job. I have another job interview for the same company but higher level, revising my interview with your videos. wish me luck ?

  8. Superb video! Thank you so much! I do have a question for you; I was injured at work, terminated because I could not go back and do my job, and had to be retrained in a new career. what do I say when they ask "why did you leave your last job"? I don't want to sound like a workers comp case and I did not claim workers comp.

  9. THANK YOU for this. I just received my first-ever request and was SHOCKED. I was not aware of this burgeoning trend. This video is helping my anxiety and to be better prepared.

  10. With regards to practicing your answers, do you suggest writing them out as a document, and then reading them over and over aloud, until you remember them and can say them clearly. I ask this because I’m worried I’ll forget when I’m not looking at it!

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