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Structured Interview: Definition, Process & Example

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What is a structured interview?

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1. What is an unstructured interview?

2. Which of the following should you do before the interview?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Students who want to know more about structured interviews can use this quiz/worksheet to help in the learning process. It will ask students questions about vocabulary and characteristics associated with structured interviews.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

If you want to do well on the quiz/worksheet, you should be familiar with the following:

  • Definitions of structured and unstructured interviews
  • Process of a structured interview
  • Questions used in a structured interview

Skills Practiced

If you take this quiz/worksheet, you will be working on the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension - read and pull the most important information on structured interviews
  • Defining key concepts - define key terms such as structured and unstructured interviews
  • Knowledge application - answer a question about the steps in a structured interview based on the information you have learned

Additional Learning

For more information about structured interviews, check out the accompanying lesson titled Structured Interview: Definition, Process & Example. It will help students meet the following objectives:

  • Distinguish between structured and unstructured interviews
  • Differentiate between open- and closed-ended questions
  • Identify the steps in the structured interview process
  • Compare examples of structured interviews
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