This is one of my favorites. I'm not really sure why, but don't use jargon during your interview. Now, some people can't help themselves because they either talk that way normally, and or they think that using big technical words will impress the audience. Has the patient doing very well, given that he had a bilateral or soft jet to me and spent several hours with isometric therapy and then had to be hooked up to an argon monitor? He's doing very well. What was that all about?
The result? People didn't understand what she was talking about. And often, the talent will come across as being arrogant. Talk in layman's terms, please. So everyone knows what you're on about.