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Panel interviews

A panel interview, also known as a board interview, is an interview conducted by a team of interviewers (usually two to three), who together interview each candidate and then combine their ratings into a final panel score. This contrasts with the one-on-one interview (in which one interviewer meets one candidate) and a serial interview (where several interviewers assess a single candidate one –on one, sequentially).

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