Candidates with more eye contact during an interview are perceived to be more responsible and have more initiative!
Sustained eye contact during an interview communicates leadership, strength, and intelligence. Our software determines eye contact by recording eye movement. The look measurement is defined as the percentage of time you are looking at the camera. For a higher rating, don’t look off the screen when answering the interview questions. Focus on the camera’s lens. You will be rewarded with a higher eye contact score when you have long streaks of staying focused on the webcam. Consistent eye contact means you convey confidence and sincerity, exhibit honesty, show good manners, and make yourself appear likable and appealing.
Keep your head up!
This engagement level is determined by upward head movement. It is the percentage of time the user’s head is held high. This does not refer to lifting your head up. It is defined as the percentage of time your head is kept above their normal plane, which can be calculated when the interview starts and a resting user’s head level is determined. It is the opposite of slouching. So, don’t slouch during your interview! Your interview skills are elevated when you enthusiastically answer the interviewer’s questions.
“UM”, “LIKE”, & “YOU KNOW”
HAVE ALL GOT TO GO!
The ideal speaking rate is measured at a rate of 140 – 160 words per minute. Our advanced software will calculate your average speaking rate in terms of words spoken per minute. This speech score will help you determine if you are talking too fast or too slow. These results can be surprising if never measured before! In addition to improving your interview skills, your coach will be able to critique filler words.
Other Skills Evaluated.
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Our game-changing software also detects these skills and provides your score and personalized recommendations for:
- Smile intensity and time
- Tone of Voice
- Frequent Word Count