Police Interview Questions

Breakthrough study and eBook by John Ashburton reveals exactly how to prepare for your Police Selection Interview along with key insights into what the interviewer is looking for.

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Would you like to know what the THREE main things are that the police interviewer wants to know about YOU?

Knowing the answer to this question will massively improve your chances of successful police selection.

In this brand new eBook you will learn a rapid categorisation system that allows you to anticipate each question, easily put them into a simple context and then to respond with certainty and confidence.

One of the primary causes of ‘freezing up’ or ‘going blank’ in the interview is being surprised by a question or not understanding a question.

The methods in this eBook will empower you with a solid foundation from which to launch confidently into your interview.

In each part of police selection, your preparation is far more important than how much you ‘try’ on the actual day. The standard of preparation you have done will be measured by your results.

If you want to know the three main things the interviewer wants to know about you, and how to optimise your interview preparation, this eBook is for you.

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Here’s just some of what you will learn:

tick blue1 What are the three main things the interviewer wants to know about YOU?

tick blue1 How to build your customised answers to match the interview questions

tick blue1 Who is the ideal candidate?

tick blue1 What does the interviewer want to hear?

tick blue1 What are the most dangerous interview mistakes?

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