Often candidates feel they performed better than they actually did. How can you tell what the interviewer really thought?
As a candidate, it’s easy to have a skewed sense of reality - after being told no (or ignored) hundreds of times, it’s human nature to hang onto a thread of good news. Congratulating yourself on the awesome interview you just nailed may be great for the ego - if the interviewer felt otherwise, it’s terrible for your job search to hang onto hope for a next interview (or offer) that’s not happening.
Realistically, it’s important to gain a clear understanding how you actually performed in an interview - not from your personal point of view, but from the interviewer’s side of things.
( Continued ... What’s So Important About How You Did In An Interview? )
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