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Students & ScholarshipsKnow these and land your dream Research Assistantship role in that favourite...


Know these and land your dream Research Assistantship role in that favourite university

Research the faculty members: Look up the research interests and publications of the faculty members who will be interviewing you by doing some background research on them. You’ll get a better idea of their current projects and potential questions from them if you do this.

Review your application materials: Make sure you are familiar with the content of your application materials, including your CV and personal statement.

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Having your research experience, academic successes, and professional aspirations ready will help.

Prepare questions: Make a list of inquiries you want to make of the faculty about their work, the course, and the college. This will show how excited and interested you are in the programme.

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Practice answering common interview questions: Prepare answers to common interview questions such as why you are interested in the program, what your research interests are, and what you can contribute to the program.

Dress professionally: Make sure you dress appropriately for the interview. This will help you make a good first impression.

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Be on time: Make sure you arrive at the interview location on time. Being late can create a bad impression and increase your anxiety.

Be confident: Believe in yourself and your abilities. Be confident and articulate in your responses, and remember that the faculty members are interested in learning more about you.

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