This week, you will submit your answers to the interview questions.

If you didn’t download the Job Interview Presentation Template from Week 3, do so now and follow the instructions to record your work.

The questions are based on fundamental networking concepts that are likely to be asked at an entry-level networking job interview. The following topics are covered:

  • LAN topologies
  • OSI model and layers
  • networking devices
  • common protocols
  • IP ranges
  • class of network and default subnet mask
  • autonomous system

You will also need to include either an audio file along with your presentation or record a screen-capture video of the presentation. These presentation resources can help you prepare and record your presentation. Your presentation should be done as if you were in an actual interview. The presentation should be about five to 10 minutes.

How Will My Work Be Evaluated?

As you progress in your networking career, you will interview for positions and may even find yourself making presentations to customers, client audiences, and management. Effective interviewing includes a systematic, purposeful conversation. Your goal is to demonstrate your knowledge, skills, and/or experience; and ability to do the job successfully. You can achieve this by explicitly and confidently answering the questions posed.

The interview questions selected are likely to be asked during an interview for an entry-level networking position. Successfully answering these questions conveys a foundational networking knowledge that will help you land the position! Use the provided PowerPoint template to document your answer, then record yourself answering each question. Submit to the Assignment folder when complete.

The following evaluation criteria aligned to the competencies will be used to grade your assignment:

  • 1.1.2: Support the main idea and purpose of a communication.
  • 1.2.2: Employ a format, style, and tone appropriate to the audience, context, and goal.
  • 2.3.1: State conclusions or solutions clearly and precisely.
  • 10.1.1: Identify the problem to be solved.
  • 10.1.3: Define the specifications of required technologies.
  • 13.1.1: Create documentation appropriate to the stakeholder.

When you are finished, click “add a file” to upload your work, and then click the Submit button.

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