||[May. 3rd, 2012|02:21 pm]
The Question Club
So I had a job interview yesterday. Overall, I'm very happy with how it went. I feel I did the best of my ability to answer each question in a poised, articulate way...even the questions that kind of caught me off guard. |
HOWEVER, there was one part of the interview that I messed up on.
So I met with three different interviewers. They came in separately, one after another (maybe 5 minutes or so in between each other). When the second interviewer came in, he asked, "who did you speak to before me, just out of curiosity?"
I'm not the best at remembering names of people I just meet, but because nerves were thrown into the mix, forget it. I COMPLETELY blanked out on her name. I was honest and said, "Sorry, I've completely drawn a blank on her name...she had curly hair."
This surely can't be a deal breaker, right? I mean, he didn't seem turned off by the fact that I forgot her name. He kept going with questions and kept a friendly, upbeat demeanor.