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Structured Situational Interview

Structured situational interview— a series of job relevant questions with predetermined answers that interviewers ask of all applicants for the job—produces superior results. Ideally, the basic idea is to write situational or behavioral or job knowledge questions, and have job experts (like those supervising the job) also write answers for these questions, rated from good to poor. The people who interview and rate the applicants then use rating sheets anchored with examples of good or bad answers to rate the interviews answers.

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