Paula Resetco / Monday, September 21, 2015 / Categories: Interviewing Interview Prep Cheat Sheet Courtesy of Carole Martin Interview Cheat Sheet by Carole Martin Monster Contributing Writer Relax -- a cheat sheet is not really cheating. It's a checklist to make sure you stay focused before, during and after the interview. Creating a cheat sheet will help you feel more prepared and confident. You shouldn't memorize what's on the sheet or check it off during the interview. You should use your cheat sheet to remind you of key facts. Here are some suggestions for what you should include on it. In the Days Before the Interview 1. Draw a line down the center of a piece of paper. On the left side, make a bulleted list of what the employer is looking for based on the job posting. On the right side, make a bulleted list of the qualities you possess that fit those requirements. 2. Research the company, the industry and the competition. Previous Article Visualize Interview Success Next Article TWENTY GOOD ANSWERS TO HELP YOU MASTER EVEN THE MOST GRUELING EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEW Print 412 Rate this article: No rating Please login or register to post comments.