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Audition Interview

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For some positions, interviewers want to see job candidates in action before they make a hiring decision.

Subsequently, interviewers might take you through a simulation or exercise in order to evaluate your skills. That's what the audition interview is all about.

For example, if you're applying for a job as a technical instructor, your interviewer might ask you to prepare for instructing a brief lesson about a given topic or one of your choice.

Your "student" audience might consist of interviewers, other interviewees, seasoned technical instructors, employee volunteers or a mix of all.

An audition interview can be enormously useful to you as well. That's because it allows you to demonstrate your abilities in interactive ways that are familiar to you. The simulation or exercise will also give you a simplified sense of what the job and working conditions would be like.

If you're not offered a chance to audition, but you sense that other candidates have an edge on you in terms of experience or other qualifications, requesting an audition interview can help you to level the playing field.

To maximize your success in an audition interview, remember to:

  • Brush up on your skills before an interview if you think they might be tested in an audition interview.
  • Clearly understand the instructions and expectations for your audition interview. Ask for clarification if you don't, as it will show that you make an effort to do things right the first time.
  • Treat the simulation or exercise as if you have responsibility for the task laid before you. Take ownership of your work.
  • Send a thank you note to each of your audition interviewers as soon as you can.

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For sample interview questions and tips for navigating other interview types not listed above (such as technical interviews), start at Interviews.

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