#1
Ok im going to apply to a music store and hopefuly be accepted, and in the application form it says

PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE

let us know what you know about the following by ticking appropertly

Music
Games
DVDs

Tell us about the extent of your knowledge and what you do to keep it up to date

Ill be ticking the Music and possibly DVD section but..

What are they asking for exactly, am i suppost to put stuff like i know about different geners of music or something? Help me its my first job lol really want to get it thanks.
#3
ask them, asking questions is always good
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#4
i dont really understand that application. it way to vague. and why would you need to know about games for a music store?
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#5
Quote by funkbass369
i dont really understand that application. it way to vague. and why would you need to know about games for a music store?



Oh no theres more to it. Thats just one of the sections, and its because they sell games there too


But to the other dude..i cant tick them all cos i dont know about games.
#6
You're thinking too much about it. You'll probably fail the drug test.
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#7
having a knowledge of music products, i mean.... the title is product knowledge.... is this a musical instrument store? if its an instrument store they usually want you to know how to play and know a lot of theory and a lot of instruments. if its just a CD store they really dont care they'll probably take anyone
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#8
I had to do something similar for HMV. In the interview I also had to complete a knowledge questionnaire, and pretty much answered them all correctly. the staff there were telling me they got hardly any.

I didn't get the job, probably because my knowledge would mean I'd tell customers not to waste their money paying for HMV's over-priced CDs.
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#9
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I had to do something similar for HMV. In the interview I also had to complete a knowledge questionnaire, and pretty much answered them all correctly. the staff there were telling me they got hardly any.

I didn't get the job, probably because my knowledge would mean I'd tell customers not to waste their money paying for HMV's over-priced CDs.



o right cool. Id proably have to do something simalir then


and yea its a CD store btw
#10
If you have knowledge in all those areas (medium at least), tick them all and increase yur chances of actually getting a job interview. Here's what else you need to take into account when it comes to job applicatons.
#11
This is why you write a CV. Then you dont need to put up with vague questions and tiny writing spaces. It also shows a level of professionalism.
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