The Four Ways You Can Tell Your Interview With Neurocore Is Not Going To End With A Job Offer

It happens. Sometimes that interview we think we are going ace ends up going a different direction. It has happened to me a few times. I thought the interview was going well, but it turned out that the person was not interested after all. You might be in the same position with Neurocore right now. There are ways you can tell that your interview is not going to end well. Visit to know more about Neurocore.

1) Did the interview with Neurocore go shorter than expected? A video call is supposed to be 20-25 minutes. A face-to-face interview is supposed to be about 30 minutes. Something might have come up. Did the guy from Neurocore explain that and ask to reschedule? No? Well, then that is a bad sign. I was an interview that lasted 5 minutes. Needless to say, I did not get the job. The person simply said, “thank you for coming.” That was it. You might have been given that response too.

The next thing you need to do is figure out what went wrong. That way you know what not to do the next time.

2) The people at Neurocore are smart. They know what they are looking for in an applicant. You might have been scheduled to meet with 5 people, and you meet with four. Do not panic yet. That is sometimes standard for a company. I would start to worry when they say four people and you meet with one. That could be a bad sign. See more information at Linkedin about Neurocore.

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3) Did Neurocore not share a lot of information with you? That is a sign that you are not in the running. Companies like Neurocore do not take the time to go into detail unless they feel you are the right person.

4) Did Neurscore keep things brief. Did their body language dismiss you within the first 30 seconds? That is a sign you did not win them over.


Do not panic. There are ways to turn that frown upside down. Click for more details on a self-proven cheat sheet from an industry professional.