ASVAB Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (#53)

Section: Paragraph comprehension

High-school and college graduates attempting to find jobs should participate in mock job interviews. These mock interviews help students prepare for the types of questions they'll be asked, make them more comfortable with common interview formats, and help them critique their performance before facing a real interviewer. Because they're such a valuable aid, schools should organize mock job interviews for all of their graduating students. From the above passage, it is reasonable to assume that:

Mock interviews can increase a student's confidence when he or she goes into a real job interview.
Mock interviews are expensive to organize.
Few students are interested in mock interviews.
Students don't need job interview preparation.