On Apr.26, Initial View staffs came to Wuxi NO.1 High School and gave a lecture to students as well as counselors.
First, interviews are unscripted. These interviews start with general questions, but the interviewer is trained to quickly ask probing questions about the applicant’s answers, ensuring that the applicant cannot just recite from a script. At the end of each video, Initial View give the applicant a couple minutes to add anything to what have discussed. Second, interview is conversational and interactive. By far the most difficult thing to ascertain on paper is a candidate’s ability to thrive in a dynamic English environment. InitialView provides a direct look at an applicant so that the viewer can judge these crucial qualities. It is a preserved record that prevents stand-ins and allows for collaborative viewing. Finally, the patent-pending video platform ensures that viewers do not have to sit through the entire interview, but rather they can jump around from question to question. Initial View even highlight one answer that is particularly impressive.
Initial View supports a lot of schools, institutions, colleges and universities.