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     Preparation and confidence                      

Preparation and confidence are very important tips. Good preparation always creates confidence.

So the important thing to an interview is to be well prepared. In this you have to consider two things:

        You must prepare yourself practically for the interview.

        You have to gather information which is useful during the interview.

 

     Be on time!

Public transport may be useless if the traffic is heavy. Always keep in mind that you never get a second chance to make a first impression. So be on time at the particular location of interview.

Also if you are there so early, you can wait nearby cafe of shop. And if you are going to be late, then best option is call them.

 

   Do not talk too much!

Always remember that communication is two-way things so give them a chance. Also don't interrupt to interviewer when he/she is talking. Give him/her full chance to talk.

One common mistake candidates make when interviewing is talking too much. It is important to listen to the question asked and answer that question. Keep your answers to two to three minutes at the most. When you limit your time, you tend to stay more focused. It is very easy to stray off the subject and ramble about things irrelevant to the job if your answer is too long.

 

    Answer Briefly

The best interviews have a give and take atmosphere. To do this, you need to ask questions and try to draw out your interviewer rather than talking about yourself nonstop. When it comes to talking during an interview, sometimes less is more. A general rule is you should speak one-third of the time and definitely no more than half of the time. When it is your turn to speak, do not hesitate to talk about yourself.

 

 

   Look Them in the Eyes

Eye contact is showing your confidence. Eye contact is one of the most important aspects of nonverbal communication and can make a significant difference in how you present yourself. If you look away when speaking to someone, you are viewed as lacking confidence or interest. So always answer the question with eye contact to interviewer.

 

 

   Be honest!

Be honest with every question. No need to lying about your background and/or skills. If you get caught then you will definitely out. Job interviews are about matching needs, if there is not a good match, and then there is no chance of job.

 

  Talking Salary

Timing is everything in the interview. Let them bring up the subject of money. If you are asked what your salary expectations are too early in the process, just say you would rather postpone that discussion until you have more information about the position.

 

 Thank-You Salutations

While writing an interview thank-you note, problem may arise like whether to use a formal or informal salutation? If the hiring manager is in a high position of authority, use a formal salutation. But if the hiring manager suggests using her first name. When in doubt, use a formal salutation.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
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