How can I calm the fear of interview

How can I calm the fear of interview

Identify the Reasons for Fear of Interviews:

The fears need to be overcome early so that these measures do not become a habit for anyone. For this, it is essential that you have to understand what exactly causes the fear of job interviews

1. Lack of preparation:

If you go for an interview without being completely prepared, you are little bit disturbance to have fears. It is the fear of being asked questions for which you are not prepared. This uncertainty usually nags the minds of individuals and prevents them from concentrating on what they know. It also develops measures and body language that have a negative impact on the minds of the interviewers.

2. Fear of not getting the job:

Many job seekers look for a good and well paying job because they have to support their family. The burden of that responsibility makes them need the job desperately. They always thought that what will happen if they don’t get the job. The constant worry at the back of the mind causes fear and this affects to they didn’t perform well. They worried if they fail to get a  job. The worry reframes itself into underlying fear of not getting the job. So everyone need to overcome it.

3. Fear of facing an interviewer:

There are many individuals who fear to face someone eye to eye. When they have to confront an interviewer face to face, they shy away and avoid situations like this. Even shy and individuals have to go through the ordeal of facing a job interview and they cannot escape it. The fear of facing an interviewer reveals itself through lack of eye contact and excessive nervousness. Such individuals lose out on best paying opportunities because of their shyness. So everyone can overcome this.

4. Lack of confidence in oneself:

An individual’s life, childhood and upbringing are responsible for his self  and confidence in himself. Individuals who are brought up in a strict and conservative environment usually lack confidence of his/her. Lack of confidence is visible in an individual when he grows up. He may have drooping shoulders and lack of eye contact with individuals if he/she is not confident. Lack of confidence may affect an individual’s career in a very big manner.

5. History of the previous jobs:

Very few people are blessed with stable careers in the present generation. Individuals frequently changing their jobs and you never get to see people stay in the same job for 20-30 years. In such a situation, individuals who lose their jobs due to lack of performance  and also lose their confidence in themselves. The insecurities of a volatile job life makes him scared and nervous. This fear gets visible during the future interviews. It prevents him from making a good impression during interviews.

Top important rules error detection rules for finding errors easily in english-part1

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1. If two Singular Nouns refer to the same person or thing, the Verb should be in Singular.
For example,
Incorrect- The Chief-minister and Home-minister are coming.
Correct- The Chief-minister and Home-minister is coming.
(Here the same person is Chief-minister as well as Home-minister)
2. Two or more Singular Subjects joined by and then Verb should be in Plural.
For example,
Incorrect- Ram and Shyam is here. 
Correct- Ram and Shyam are here.

3. If the Singular Subjects are preceded by a word as each or every, the Verb should be in Singular.
For example,
Incorrect- Every men and woman were ready.
Correct- Every men and woman was ready.
4. When the two Subjects joined by ‘or/nor are of different numbers, the Verb should be Plural, and the Plural Subject must be placed next to the Verb.
For example,
incorrect- Neither the lecturers nor the principal was present.
Correct- Neither the principal nor the lecturers were present. ‘
5. Two or more Singular Subjects joined by or, nor, either….. Or, neither…. nor take a Verb in the Singular form.
For example,
Incorrect- Neither he nor I were there.
Correct- Neither he nor I was there.
6. When the two Subjects joined by or, nor are of different persons, the Verb agrees in person with the one nearest to it.
For example,
Incorrect- Either he or I is mistaken.
Correct- Either he or I, am mistaken.
7. When the Subject of the Verb is a Relative Pronoun care should be taken to see that the Verb should agrees in Number and Person with the Antecedent of the relative.
For example,
Incorrect- I, who is your friend, will guard your interests.
Correct- I, who am your friend, will guard your interests.
8. A Collective Noun should take a Singular Verb when the collection is thought of as a whole, takes a Plural Verb when the individuals of which it is composed are thought of.
For example,
Correct- The Council has chosen the President.
Correct- The military were called out.

9. Words joined to a Singular Subject by with, together with, in addition to, or, as well as, etc. are parenthetical, and therefore do not affect the number of the Verb.
For example,
Incorrect- The Chief, with all his men, were massacred .
• Correct-The chief, with all his men, was massacred.

10. Some Nouns which are singular in form but plural in meaning, should take Plural Verb.

For example,
Incorrect- Mathematics are a branch of study in every school.
Correct- Mathematics is a branch of study in every school.
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Important Antonyms for Governament job Preparation

AFFLUENT-having a great deal of money(especially of a group or area)/wealthy POOR
ROUGHhaving an uneven or irregular surface /not smoother level –SMOOTH
FALLIABLEcapable of making mistakes or being wrongUNERRING
 ERUDITE-having or showing great knowledge or learning-UNSCHOLARLY
COAX-persuade(someone)gradually or gently to do somethingDISSUADE
CRITICISE-indicate the faults of(someone or something)in a disapproving way-COMMEND
ANIMOSITYstrong hostility-LOVE
RATIFICATIONofficial way to confirm something, usually voteDISAPPROVAL
PAROCHIALhaving a limited or narrow outlook or scopeGLOBAL
AUTONOMYfreedom from external control or influence/ independenceDEPENDENCE
ALTERCATION-a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in publicCOMPROMISE AFFIRM-accept or confirm the validity of(a judgment or agreement);ratifyREFUSE
CONFORMITYcompliance with standards, rules, or lawsDEVIATION
FACILITATE-make(an action or process)easy or easierHINDER
NADIR-the lowest or most unsuccessful pointing situationZENITH