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Use the "STAR" method to answer interview questions

SmartBrief on Your Career | Dec 12, 2014

Answer behavioral questions, such as those that start "What would you do if ..." by deploying the STAR method, or Situation, Task, Action and Result, Joe Konop writes. This method helps you organize your answer by first thinking of a situation in which you had to think on your feet. You then state that task, explain the action you took to solve the problem and state the result of your efforts. Next Avenue (12/12)


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