- Dress well
- Be calm
- Talk clearly
- Remember to smile when you finish a question or reach a happy/positive note
- Try to include all the interviewers with your eye contact
- Research the company
- Research the competition
- Research the position
- Be ready to answer salary questions
- Train to give a concise 5-min summery about yourself
- Try to keep in mind interesting work related/group project related situations were you overcame problems
- Same as above but when you failed and what you learned from it
I hope you the best :)
I really like the answers from Wael. In addition to what he listed, here is my point of view.
- Confidence is crucially important - demonstrate through your presence and through your conversation.
- Be nice to all people. This not only includes your direct interviewers, but also everyone you meet at the on-site interview location. E.g. receptionist, cleaning staff, etc.
- Demonstrate your logic thinking. Use bullet points if possible to clearly structure your answers. E.g. through that project, I learn three things. 1) ...; 2).... ; 3)....
- Be yourself! Think this also as a personality test or "airport test". Demonstrate to your interviewer, you are not only a competent candidate for the job duty, but also a person they see they would enjoy to be around as an officemate. Use the opportunity to test for yourself as well. Do I see myself working with this group of people. Would I enjoy that?
You asked a very important question!
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For the interview, I would look up commonly asked interview questions. I would then try to find 3 or 4 examples in your experiences that would apply to multiple questions. This will allow you to concisely answer a question and not fumble through trying to remember multiple scenarios.