#1
I'm applying for a job at Staple's as a computer floors sales-men. In the interview, they will test me on my computer knowledge. What types of things do you think I should know?
#4
You'll also probably want to know something about the company.
And prepare to be answer the question: "Tell me about yourself"
Do not just say you like to work with people. That's bad. Liking to work with computers is vague too. Elaborate.

And good luck
#5
All interviews I've been to (and it's been quite a few) have asked me something to the effect of the following:

Name a time when you had a deadline and met it.
Name a time when you used team work.
Name a time when you received criticism and how you responded to it.

And a lot more like that. They're no fun to answer; be prepared.
And I mean that in the best possible way.
#6
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#7
They're just gonna ask basic run-of-the-mill A+ certification questions.

Basicly, if you have a pulse and have used a computer more then to play minesweeper, you'll be fine.
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#8
Use a charismatic speach about change. Soon he'll forget about the questions he asked.


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