I try not to post two blog on the same day, but it seems that I have to do it this time. Today I wore black top w/ long sleeves and dark blue/almost navy blue jeans … I know you may be surprised that I was wearing jeans to the interview, but according a girl, what I dressed today gave people a smart and neat image (illusion?). Heeeee, quite happy to hear that from her anyways. I don’t know how "smart" looks like on someone’s face, but everyone seems to tell me I "look" smart, and I know looking neat is one good first impression too. So it is how I look today. I arrived there 15 min earlier than he expected. I thought I should be there earlier, but it appeared that he thought I should be "on time" … lol. :p However, that gave me time to read something and calm me down a bit. Oh Wait, I was not really nervous anyways.
All I can say at this moment is that the interview went smoothly. There are two interviewers. One mainly asked the questions, and the other was to observed as far as I could see. The interviewers did have a list of questions to ask me to be a formal interview, and thanks God, no stupid questions as what I thought previously. More questions than other interviews that I had before, but easier than I expected. Nevertheless, I think I might have blown two questions. One was about how strongly I thought about my computer troubleshooting skills, and I said I did not know and then started pulling my hair a bit literally. After one second or two, I realized what I was doing and tried to recompose myself, and I said I usually could just have sense the source of the problems. I said, "I don’t know how strong I am, but I can feel the source of the problem and fix the problem that way." (Sweat a bit!!) The other one was the last question, "Do you have any question for us?" … I was like, "Didn’t I ask you guys so many questions from the beginning?" In fact, I kept asking question from the beginning of the interview. However, I managed to pull some questions out of my head and showed how eager I want to learn about this job. :p
At the end, it is not in my hand now. I gave my shot, and it is in God’s hand now. :D He is my provider, and surely He knows what is the best for me. The person still has some other interviews to conduct, so if he finds someone better than I, he should just hire that person instead. :D Still joyful and hopeful in expecting that God has the best for me. (Btw, no one nudged me this morning, which rose a question — who is actually reading my blog. XD)
Pease be w/ ye,