The form I usually use is "Sincerely". You could also try "yours faithfully" but it doesn't sound very professional. The ending "Thank you" might also work.
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The most important thing when being questioned in an interview is confidence. The more confident you look, the more chances you have at getting picked. Also, it wouldn't hurt to throw in a joke here and there, just don't exaggerate.
Anxiety at a new workplace is normal. I had this problem every time I started something new. Now I work at an IT firm and even if I'm not the newbie anymore I sometimes still feel pressured and afraid to open my mouth.
Have you tried making friends over there ?
« on: September 06, 2012, 03:54:07 PM »
I'm an optimist so my advice is you should try it and do your best not to fail. Not everyone gets accepted into law school so if you won't try it out you will surely regret it later. Maybe someday you could make a great lawyer, it would be a shame to pass this chance up.
Like ekglaw said, after you go through lots and lots of questions you will know where you went wrong in the past and eventually everything will turn out for the best. The important thing is not to give up. You must know the famous saying: "practice makes perfect".
If you can clearly see your goal, you will achieve it. Studying everywhere is really hard, I have done it myself and still do. I carry my books everywhere and whenever I find some minutes to spare I use them wisely.