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  • Writer's pictureMatthew Coppola


Person writing concise selection criteria responses
Concise and clear responses are more likely to be read

To write great responses to key selection criteria, you must first understand how your experience aligns with the position and what examples you have in mind that you can include in your responses.

Personalising your answers to selection criteria is like writing a detailed CV. It takes time, thinking, and research. So it would be best if you made sure that your responses make sense.

You want the person reading your answers not to get bored but instead to read and take an interest in what you have written.

To ensure that your responses will be read and have an immediate impact, I suggest reading and re-reading your answers to ensure they read smoothly.

Moreover, it's essential to make sure that you have some great examples and that you write the examples using the STAR method.


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