Ways to stand out in a group interview?

I have an interview next week, and the letter said "you've been selected for the 1st interview stage" So i fear that this is going to be a group one!! I've only ever been on two group interviews; 1 job I got, 1 I didn't. I'd just like to know how to stand out, in a good way, at the inerview?

Asked By: Coronado - 8/5/2012
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Wear a mini skirt and high heels with a very, very low cut top. You will definitely stand out then and also get through to the second round of interviews.
Answered By: Jo W - 8/5/2012
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blurt out random things
Answered By: Ryan - 8/5/2012
Dress smartly and be precise on your answers.
Answered By: Bill - 8/5/2012
The basics they will be looking for is good listening and leadership skills. Obviously this helped by having strong analytic and and quick appropriate responses. For example know hen to keep quiet and when to say something.
Answered By: echem - 8/5/2012
I had 4 interviews for my job a few months back and I was told I was one of the favourites because I asked questions relevant to the job, researched exactly what they do, was really keen to find out more and wasn't ashamed to admit I don't know an answer or for them to re-phrase a question I didn't understand. Hope... More
Answered By: Kara - 8/5/2012
The point of group interviews/discussions is to find out how you conduct yourself when there are other people around you who are also going to want to make a good impression and give an input. So its about the degree to which you listen and respond to others, the degree to which you take the lead and how much you... More
Answered By: TC - 8/5/2012
The group thing is a test, To try to see if you get nervous in unfamiliar situations. Your qualifications are just a small fraction of the interview, That just gets you in the door. Confidence and a smile with a can do attitude is everything and dress for the job. Be sure to ask a couple of questions about key... More
Answered By: Ryan - 8/5/2012
Dress smart but not too boring - a bit of colour makes you stand out, implies confidence and also gives you confidence... More
Answered By: Cala - 8/5/2012
Dress for the job you want, and sit where you can make eye contact with the speaker.
Answered By: Kibble Bits - 8/5/2012
First impressions are everything, so make sure you dress nicely (always better to overdress than underdress), smile, give a firm handshake and make eye contact. These non-verbal cues are essential to starting the interview off on the right foot... More
Answered By: Blake - 8/7/2012
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