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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    So it wasn't an interview with an end client but with a bodyshop/consultancy
    Now it becomes clearer. They wanted information. So a fake interview?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    Now it becomes clearer. They wanted information. So a fake interview?
    Not sure what information they could gather from me from 30 minutes Skype talk..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    Now it becomes clearer. They wanted information. So a fake interview?
    This happened to me a couple of years ago - went for an interview for a role and was asked to do a presentation on how I would go undertaking a number of activities in the role.

    I had 30 mins to prepare, pulled together a decent presentation, which the client loved and then...didn't get the role. Felt a bit annoyed that I had given my secrets away only to then told 'thanks but no thanks'.
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    Doing an interview, unless you're utterly delusional, you know how it went. You know how you performed, how you responded to questions, what you missed out on putting forward, how you could have improved answers etc.

    Client feedback is just something given to justify a decision / fob people off. If through an agency, probably made up.

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