Below is a list of students with completed applications, including:
– (1) all questions answered in compulsory sections,
– (2) the REQUIRED scanned overall GPA certificate with the official stamp of the university,
– (3) the OPTIONAL scanned copy of your Achievement certificate (if any).

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Congratulations to all that completed the AmCham Scholarship Abilities Test and especially to those listed below that qualified for the next step, the Interview, conducted in English by AmCham HR Committee Members.

Please note carefully the time of your scheduled test and arrive promptly on Saturday, November 28, 2015

Location: (to be announced)

There are four batches scheduled for the interview at different times: 8:00am, 9:00am, 10:00am and 11:00 am in the morning.

Please be sure to bring your Student card or ID Card for proof of identity in order to register for the Interview and arrive 15 minutes before the Interview is scheduled to begin.

Please click here for some hints on how to prepare for your interview: Interview Preparation.

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Any fact facing us is not as important as our attitude toward it, for that determines our success or failure.– Norman Vincent Peale

Successful interviewing begins with preparation. Read the following sections to be fully prepared before your first interview. And reread the information for additional pointers as your interviewing approach matures over time.

Click on the below links for hints on how to prepare for an interview.

Competitive Interview Techniques. Successful interviewing begins with preparation. Read the sections to be fully prepared before your first interview. And reread the information for additional pointers as your interviewing approach matures over time.

Mastering the Interview. You are a special person. You know it. Your Mom knows it. Your Dad knows it. Your friends and relatives know it. But unless you convince the interviewer of your special talents and abilities, you will fade into that great dark abyss of Interviews Lost. Study this Section. Get comfortable with the techniques and tactics before your first interview. Remember, every interview counts.

50 Standard Interview Questions Don’t just read these questions—practice and rehearse the answers. It is not enough to think about them in your head—practice! Sit down with a friend or your roommate and go through all of the questions. Make the most of every single interview opportunity by being fully prepared! You can also have a look at How to ace the 50 most common interview questions to prepare yourself better!

Interview Preparation Hints from www.monster.com). Many online articles with tips on how to prepare for a successful interview, for example: Six Interview Answers, and especially for new graduates from universities and colleges: Interview Preparation for New Graduates, etc.

Informational Interviewing. An informational interview should be an integral part of your networking and job-hunting plan. An informational interview involves talking with people who are currently working in the field to gain a better understanding of an occupation or industry—and to build a network of contacts in that field.

10 Must-Know Job Interview Questions and Answers for Fresh Graduates Job search is a new experience to all fresh graduates. In fact, ask any recent graduate out there and he/she will tell you that there’s nothing like the first job interview. It’s natural to feel nervous because even the most grizzled corporate veterans go through it. One thing to remember is to always preparefor those tough interview questions. Read today’s post to learn the 10 most common interview questions every recent graduate faces.

Job Interview Tips for Fresh Graduates As soon as a potential employer calls for an interview, most new graduates immediately search the Internet for tips on how to perform well at a job interview. Instead, we’ve done the searching for you and compiled a list of tips that could potentially save you hours of online research.

Tough Interview Questions Answered “Tough interview questions are an opportunity for job seekers to show that they know what they want, they are proud of their career path and looking for an opportunity to grow. Well handled, a tough interview can become a real door opener”

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Below is a list of students who turned in the OPTIONAL English Certificates (TOEFL iBT, TOEIC, or IELTS). These students are exempted from taking the English Test.

English Test Certificate issued after Oct 03, 2013, with a TOEFL iBT score of 90 or more, TOEIC score of 900 or more, or IELTS score of 7.0 or more (with all skills from 6.5)

All students exempted from taking the English Test are required to take the Abilities Test.

Exempted English Test

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To return to AmCham Scholarship Program 2015, please click here.

To visit the Fanpage of AmCham Scholarship, please click here.

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