Tue 7 April 2009, The Guardian

The art of thinking on your feet

By Harriet Swain
Here are three situations in which students may find themselves having to think on their feet: a seminar, a job interview, the bank. In each case, you will need to stay cool, be aware of possible hidden agendas behind any questions, and try not to make things up.
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