Question 1 of 20

1.   A well constructed cover letter should include which of the following?

A) Everything. If written correctly the letter should give a clear, detailed account of your entire life to date. Leave out nothing. Full coverage.

B) The areas where you think the company has room to improve. Try to cover examples of why their competitors are so much better than they are. They appreciate this.

C) A comprehensive outline of your new insurance policy. You won't forget to apply the handbrake again but, if you do, you'll be covered. Leave nothing to chance.

D) A brief but concise introduction as to who you are, which position you're applying for and why you believe you're the ideal candidate. And doing it better than the other guy.