Which of these statements about the body of a cover letter is most accurate?
A. Discuss the company\'s qualifications as your potential employer in the body.
B. Explain what courses you took in college and what duties you performed in previous jobs to give hiring officers a complete picture of your background.
C. Stress writer benefits because hiring officers want to know what appeals to you about this particular company.
D. Share your experiences demonstrating your initiative and ability to learn easily because employers seek employees with these qualities.
Choose the best closing sentence for a cover letter.
A. You should schedule my interview on Tuesday, September 7, at 10 a.m.
B. Please feel free to call me at your earliest convenience.
C. I hope you contact me soon to set up an interview for the systems analyst position.
D. To add to your team an experienced systems analyst with proven analytical and troubleshooting skills, call me at (555) 555-4321 to arrange an interview.
Which of the following is the best tip for creating a successful cover letter?
A. Use different paper colors and paper types for your résumé and cover letter to create a strong visual impact.
B. Make activities and outcomes, not yourself, the subject of sentences to reduce overuse of "I."
C. Use a creative letter style to surprise the reader and make a big impact.
D. Keep the focus on your skills and traits through frequent use of "I" statements.
Choose the best sentence to present an applicant\'s skills in an application letter.
A. I took classes in business at the local college, and I learned the skills needed to perform well in any business setting.
B. I really enjoy and excel at teamwork, but I work well independently too.
C. Helping customers has been a pleasure in previous jobs, and serving your customers would be equally rewarding.
D. If I didn\'t know better, I would swear this job had been written precisely for me because the description exactly matches my skills and experiences.
Which of these is the best statement to present a job candidate\'s information in the body of a cover letter?
A. I am a qualified and fully licensed pediatric nurse.
B. Your posting description closely matches my experiences assisting dysfunctional families in crisis, and recently I\'ve taken seminars in family dynamics to develop the additional skills that your ad indicates are essential.
C. You need a licensed, registered nurse, and I meet those qualifications.
D. Having graduated summa cum laude from Southwest College, I am well-prepared and eager to apply my knowledge in nursing.
In writing a letter of reference, you should do the following except
A. Say yes even when you don’t know that person very well
B. Get all the needed information
C. Focus on the job description and connect the person to the applied job
D. Share your contact information
Which part of the writing plan for the personal statement is inaccurate?
A. Grab your reader’s attention from the very beginning
B. Tell your personal compelling story. Bragging is allowed and necessary.
C. Tactfully explain challenges you encountered and how you have overcome them.
D. Conclude with what you intend to do upon your graduation.
Your primary purpose in preparing a persuasive résumé is to obtain an interview.
The résumé format most popular with recruiters and hiring managers is the functional résumé because it focuses on the job applicant\'s skills and abilities related to the position sought.
It is unethical to present your grade point average (GPA) as a calculation based on the grades in your major courses only.
Because they expect you to showcase your strengths and hide your weaknesses, employers say it is acceptable to self-promote and distort facts on your résumé.
A cover letter doesn\'t always need to accompany your résumé; for instance, if you send your résumé by fax or e-mail, a cover letter is not necessary.
The biggest mistake job seekers make when writing cover letters is making them sound too generic.
If an employment position has been announced and applicants are being solicited, you can write your cover letter using a direct approach.
Although a résumé must be perfect, a few errors or typos in a cover letter are acceptable.
As an applicant, you’d better not to provide the referee your updated information, because you don’t want to influence how the referee writes.
Unlike the statement of purpose, in writing the personal statement, you should highlight your personal motivation for applying, how you developed your research interests, and any significant experiences, challenges, or accomplishments.
Which of the following items is NOT a common measure of economic sanctions?
A. Exchange rate manipulation
Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE about P5+1 countries?
A. The countries include the five permanent members of the United Nations security council with the addition of Germany.
B. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was reached between Iran and P5+1 in 2015.
C. The P5+1 countries are a group of world powers who are working on the Iran Nuclear Deal.
D. P5 +1 countries include Japan, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States plus Germany.
Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE about IAEA
A. IAEA is widely known as the world’s “Atoms for Peace and Development”.
B. Iran’s nuclear program is not subject to the IAEA\'s verification.
C. IAEA reports to both the United Nations General Assembly and Security Council.
D. The full name of IAEA is the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Attempts are being made to settle the dispute by _____ means.
There are ongoing ______ negotiations between the USA and China over trade agreements.
The US will launch an attack on Iranian nuclear facilities.
Iran argues that its nuclear programs is for peaceful purpose only.
France and Germany are the two close allies of the US, while Russia often disagrees with the US.
Carpet-bombing the economy with a series of sanctions is a winning strategy.
European countries are reluctant to endorse more sanctions only because of their economic interests.