dream_catcher wrote:hey 1234, where are you from? congrats that you went through! it's like a dream come through, huh. what other tips that you can share with us all?
Hi! I'm from pj.
Thanks for ur wishes. It is indeed like a dream come through!!! Really cant let the feeling sink in yet. Haha!
Anyways, from wat i observed rite...being able to speak good and fluent english helps alot during the interview. For eg, during round 1...where there's 10 ppl, i believe the main thing they are looking for is English language proficiency. And whether the candidate is confident speaking in front of public. Not so much of the answer u give or anything.
For the other rounds, there's nothing much i can say actually. It's just more of a question and asnwer thingy. But one of the things that u must get it across to them is dat - let them know that u r ready to leave home and m'sia. That nobody at home is dependant on u and that u could leave with a peace of mind. That's one of their main concerns. Then apart from that, if u got customer service experience...just try to elaborate on it n let them know u r really service-oriented.
Oh, n also...i'm not sure if it works, but maybe just try to paint a picture that u come from a mid-class family? As in like not very rich type...very average. I think they also wanna see if u really need this job...n in this case, money would b one of the driving factors for u to hold on to the job. This is just my own guessing...not sure if that's wat they are actually thinking. Haha!
So yea, dats about it actually. Hope it helps in a way or two. Hehe. Feel free to ask any questions...i'll answer to my best ability. All d best!