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Old 12-13-2017, 07:26 PM
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What do you do if you are smart IQ wise but not smart in those things that help you do well at an interview?
I feel like questions like these are prefaced by the assumption that if youíre not able to interview well, then youíre unable to practice to be a good interviewer.

Nothing about the human condition is binary or 100% innate; anyone can change if they put in the effort, but the degree of effort is highly dictated by time and circumstance.

Bottom line: the degree with which youíre unable to to do well at an interview is proportional to how much youíre willing to put in the time and effort to practice being a good interviewer given your own circumstances, as well as how much you really want to be an actuary (or get whatever role). There is no easy path (for most).
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