When called for an interview, confirm the location of the interview and be there 10-15 minutes before the interview, neither earlier, nor later.
Also bring extra copies of your CV and go over the information in it.
Before the Interview Find out what sort of interview you are going to be having Research the company to find out about them Prepare for types of questions they might ask you in relation to that job role Research yourself: think about the skills, strengths, and weaknesses you have Try to use some relaxation techniques
During the Interview Relate the answers to the job itself Don’t hide information Don’t say you don’t have weaknesses but talk about how you can overcome them
Don’t sound overambitious Use body language effectively Use positive language Don’t run down your previous employer Mention achievements and experience that are relevant to your application
TYPES OF INTERVIEWS: Distance interview Group interview Mealtime interview One on one interview
Panel interview Behavioral interview Presentations Case interviews
Use appropriate style of language Establish eye contact Be well-prepared for possible questions about your achievements and weaknesses Look and speak confidently Avoid having low energy during the interview INTERVIEW TIPS