In your interviews you should use launguage that is not open to the wrong interpretation. Example you want to bring something to the judges attention. If you say “I want to tell you something that is not in my paperwork”. The judge might think “She screwed up her paperwork”. But if you say “I want you to know about something that happened after I turned in my paperwork, then there is nothing open to misinterpretation and you will have the judges ear. Sincerity counts! What you say may not be as important as how you say it.  Be respectful and when you made your point shut up. Don't just talk for the sake of talking. Keep the ball rolling; dead space is your enemy. This is a job interview so if you have a preliminary title, you can use the experiences and appearances to show your track record. The Title - have a support plan and a calender ready.

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