BIS 101 Class Reflection

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In my BIS 101 class, I was told to schedule an interview with Central Michigan University’s handshake program. It allows the students to imitate an interview with a peer and get immediate feedback on how to improve. I attended my interview about a month ago and I learned three several aspects after attending. The first aspect I learned while attending the interview was the BAR method. It is often used with answering questions that involve scenarios. The B stands for background, the A for action, and the R for result. The these aspects helps get the point across and as much detail on the situation as possible. The second thing I learned is to include in depth detail. Detail tells the employer that you are prepared as well as give them a

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