interview governmentTo ensure that you answer behavioural questions completely, consider using the S.T.A.R. approach:


Give a personal example of a situation that resulted in a positive outcome.


Describe the tasks that you performed in that situation.


Talk about the various actions that you performed in respect to the task.


What positive outcomes came out from your actions.


  • When preparing your answers, always highlight your actions and aim to include two essential qualifications from the job poster per example. Do not be afraid to showcase your skills.
  •  When describing situations with the star method DO NOT use the word “WE” hiring managers want to know what“YOU” did.

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