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Hi, I received an interview offer for this afternoon on Tuesday pm by email. Only 48 hours notice so no real time to prepare (& I was away on Tuesday, so only returned to check emails at 7pm!)
Has anyone else encountered this process where you get next to no time to prepare?
Have done what I can in the time I had available to prepare but am not used to the style of interview suggested in the email (am used to an assessment test & formal questions)...apparently the interview process will consist of 'discussing different possible scenarios which may arise as part of your role' .....
Any advice on getting the CAR (Context Action Result) style across using this format of interview? I've come up with a couple of different case studies, but am worried the unusual approach to an interview will lead me to leave some key phrases out.
Role is project/IT management.
already know about the team as I'm internal member of staff but have done my homework on latest developments just in case.
Grateful for any advice - have kept this lunchtime free to finish off preparing. Talk about short notice!