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i got an interview!!!:P but a little advice plzz


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first of all..Hello to all of you guys/girls, this is my first post.

on march 7th i have an interview at the soho apple store. I have been trying to switch from windows to mac for the longest now but unable to do so because mac's are a little expensive for me. so that means that i dont have much experience with mac platforms. would not having much information about mac's discourage for the interview? would the people that are interviewing me see that i barely have knowledge about macs. also its a group interview?? i never been to one of those before. what im asking is a little advice from anyone who had interviews from apple, group or one on one, what sort of questions they ask you stuff like that. i really want to work at the apple store and leave my current job at the virgin megastore.
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Well a colleague of mine (I work at an apple retailer) didn't have much mac experience before he started, but general tech knowledge is never a bad idea...

I'm guessing though that other people there will know a lot about apple & the products, so I'd start reading the apple website closely
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If you can find a friend or anyone who will let you play on a Mac for a little while first it would (I think) be useful.
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read the apple website, catche the last two keynotes, and then go to an apple store and start playing around with the computers for a few hours
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read the apple website, catche the last two keynotes, and then go to an apple store and start playing around with the computers for a few hours
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Very good advice there!
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