I have a problem in speaking English. As i was put up in a regional medium schools, i had no exposure to speak in English even if I interested on those days. For this reason i am not selected in any interviews. Particularly i got failed in Telephonic Interviews as well as in Group Discussion sessions. I want you help for the follwing points:
1. What are the essential points i should learn in the personal interview ie., in the first round and what are all the expected questions i would be asked by the interviewer?
2. How many points should i give in the Group Discussion (GD) round, suppose if i would be given a topic and speak about it?
3. If i would be asked by the interviewer to narrate a story of a movie which i have seen lastly (to check my communication)?
Please Help Me in this regard.
I'm sorry I can't be answer the specific questions that you are asking since I don't know what type of job you are seeking and I've never been involved in a group discussion as part of the interview process.
I would, however, suggest doing whatever you can to improve your English grammar and fluency.
Read publications in English such as newspapers, magazines, and books. Communicate with others who speak and read English using email.
Listen to/watch programs that are produced in English. If you have access to a dvd player, view movies that are filmed in English and turn on the subtitles. Read the subtitles and listen to the language as the movie is playing. My sister-in-law who is hearing impaired does this so that she can understand what is being said.
If necessary use audio books along with the written text to practice grammar skills.
If you live in a community where there are others who speak English then take advantage of it. Find opportunities to speak English to others who can speak it well. Have group discussions in English.
If you improve your English grammar and fluency you should begin to show improvement in your interviews.
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