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Self-introduction

First impressions happen quickly. During the interview process, there may be several times when you?ll introduce yourself: at the front desk or reception area, to a recruiter, to the hiring manager and potentially additional interviewers. When you apply a Chinese company or with Chinese language environment. There are a few guidelines you need follow on how to introduce yourself in Chinese interview setting. To help you navigate the process, we identify best practices when introducing yourself, and our teacher will act interviewer based on real job interview scenarios.

Describing one's character

When an interviewer asks you to talk about yourself, they?re looking for information about how your qualities and characteristics align with the skills they believe are required to succeed in the role. If possible, include quantifiable results to demonstrate how you use your best attributes to drive success.

Education background

There are several Chinese questions an interviewer may ask to determine how your education has prepared you for the position you are applying for and how it will make you an asset to their company. In this course, we discuss everything you need to know about answering questions about your educational background using Chinese, including commonly asked questions with example answers.

Talk about Working experiences

Your resume and cover letter normally outline your previous experiences that make you qualified for the position. When you get to the interview, your prospective employer has likely already reviewed your application materials and is familiar with your background. Interviewers may ask you to describe your work experience, which gives you the chance to share what you feel is most valuable to this new role. Our course will teach you how to craft an effective response in Chinese in your interview.

Discussing career plans

Your response to ??What Are Your Future Goals?? will help recruiters and hiring managers to know you better and understand if your professional goals and expectations of the role match what they can provide. If things go well, this context enables them to put together a job offer that is exciting for you.

Describing one's hobbies

Hiring managers ask these common interview questions such as "What are your hobbies" to gauge whether a candidate is a good cultural fit for a role, a characteristic that can help someone stand out above others with similar professional backgrounds. Consider this a great opportunity to humanize yourself and show that you're an interesting person to work with. Best of all, nailing this question will help you leave a lasting impression on your interviewer.

YCT Speaking Prep Lessons (Beginner Level)

This course is designed for those who are going to take the beginner level YCT speaking test

YCT Speaking Prep Lessons (Intermediate Level)

This course is designed for those who are going to take the beginner level YCT speaking test

YCT Writing Prep Lessons Level 1

The YCT Writing Test Prep Courses are customized to meet the individual needs of the each student. The prep courses are suitable for non-native Chinese speakers (under age 15) who intend to take the YCT writing test. Our test prep lessons are divided into 4 levels according to the levels of YCT writing test

YCT Writing Prep Lessons Level 2

The YCT Writing Test Prep Courses are customized to meet the individual needs of the each student. The prep courses are suitable for non-native Chinese speakers (under age 15) who intend to take the YCT writing test. Our test prep lessons are divided into 4 levels according to the levels of YCT writing test

YCT Writing Prep Lessons Level 3

The YCT Writing Test Prep Courses are customized to meet the individual needs of the each student. The prep courses are suitable for non-native Chinese speakers (under age 15) who intend to take the YCT writing test. Our test prep lessons are divided into 4 levels according to the levels of YCT writing test

YCT Writing Prep Lessons Level 4

The YCT Writing Test Prep Courses are customized to meet the individual needs of the each student. The prep courses are suitable for non-native Chinese speakers (under age 15) who intend to take the YCT writing test. Our test prep lessons are divided into 4 levels according to the levels of YCT writing test