Group tasks in interviews..

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ForensicPsychobloggy
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Group tasks in interviews..

Post by ForensicPsychobloggy » Wed Mar 27, 2019 5:18 pm

Hey,

I have a group task coming up and I feel really nervous about it. Whilst I think my interpersonal skills are fine, I do freeze up in these artificial situations and feel overwhelmed by that one person who is always talking or over enthusiastic. I also get super in my own head and by the time I am sure I want to speak up, the topic may have changed. The interview I have is for a trainee post in forensic psychology.

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Re: Group tasks in interviews..

Post by maven » Wed Mar 27, 2019 10:25 pm

You seem to be asking a lot of questions, without trying to see what is already on the forum. There is an article in the first issue of Aspire about group tasks.
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