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Diamond Bank: Is This The Best?

What do u really think? What are dey looking for? I went for diamond bank interview in abj. I passed d first stage, the 2nd stage question was like "tell me about urself, what do ur parents do, are u d first,if not what does d first do. where do u live" While i was told they will get back to me, a friend of mine who was ask the same question,but parents are well off,was told to come back for medicals the following day. Does that mean am not qualified? what is their criteria for selection? is this fair? I dont really know, but am thinking ur class in the society is a basis for getting a job. If dat is the case,then they should have called for only people of class.

I may be wrong,but if am right,it is not fair cos we all went thru d pians of becoming a graduate.

Is ther still hope for me on the job?

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man u dont have to be discouraged God knows were your job iss let me tell you i had the same experience but i dont wann ablame my self coz any job in Nigeria, that i Know am Qualified i dont get my self distured so i wish you all the best

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Men, thatw a stough because i alsow ent for the interview and i was grueled for long during the second stage. i believe diamond bank was fair because they took a large number of graduates, tehy have 30 years as theri age limit unlike anyother bank in niegria.

I believe you will get anotyher sha. itw asnt about the best, its about where you ought to be, infact other abnk aer looking for people and you will sure get yours soon by the grace of God. be strong, take heart

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hello,

I see your fears and i'm aware that a lot of things could happen in this country. They could have asked you all that for so many reasons, God knows why, but one thing u should bear in mind is that you do not have to be desperate or appear desperate. They could have asked to know your communication or just to know how resposible you can be or the resposibility that lies on you and of course that also will tell them your level of hard workand dedication to work.

My ultimate advice is this, Do Not let Someone Discourage You!!! Do not tell lies no matter the situation you find yourself in, why?, Because the truth shall set you free.

You have to encourage yourself and believe that you will get that job. You are not the only person from a poor home, We all are.

Take Care.

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hello,

I see your fears and i'm aware that a lot of things could happen in this country. They could have asked you all that for so many reasons, God knows why, but one thing u should bear in mind is that you do not have to be desperate or appear desperate. They could have asked to know your communication or just to know how resposible you can be or the resposibility that lies on you and of course that also will tell them your level of hard workand dedication to work.

My ultimate advice is this, Do Not let Someone Discourage You!!!

You have to encourage yourself and believe that you will get that job. You are not the only person from a poor home, We all are.

Take Care.

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my dear i don't have any experience in interview as i just finished service and have only just written a couple of tests which i've passed but i can tell you this. don't make any prospective employer feel like you are desperate for a job. be calm , almost aloof but serious. don't give the impression that you are going to be the breadwinner of your extended family as its this class of people who are tempted to look for "deals" to do.

you have to be smart, every question is a trap, so learn to second guess your interviewer. when he asks what position you are in your family you think he wants to know about your familys family planning techniques? no, he's looking to see how many people are dependednt on you.

so its not about class, its about security and stability of character as only the desperate man feels the need to steal.

my dear lie if you hav to, just don't get caught

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