Job interviews are scary!!. Whether it’s a physical or phone interview, it can be a nerve-wracking experience for candidates as they search for the perfect responses.In interviews, your job is to convince a recruiter that you have the skills, knowledge and experience for the job. There are plenty of ways to prepare for it: from asking a friend to do a mock interview with you to searching the Web for practical resources.
Preparation not only leads to sharing the facets of your background that are most relevant to the position and to the people you’re meeting with, but it also helps you head into the interview confident and relaxed
Research the company and the interviewers. Hirers know they’re dealing with someone who is serious about the position when you’re prepared with relevant data. Ultimately, know the company, the industry, and competitors and use their product if available.
Show your personality
An important thing to remember is that you were selected for this interview based on your skills and accomplishments. The interviewers know you have what it takes to do the job, so now’s your chance to inject some personality into what’s written on that resume and cover letter.
Hirers use behavioral questions to dig into past achievements and predict future performance. These questions identify applicants’ key competencies and skills, so it’s vital to prepare answers to match your skills to the employer’s requirements.
Visualize the interview and questions that could arise and project how a successful interview experience will play out. Rehearse the way you’ll present yourself and practice answers to important interview questions for your field. Mock interviews prepare you for most possibilities and help with nerves as well.
Pay attention to non-verbal communication.
Non verbal communication plays an important role Look confident, smile.Do not play with hands or hairs keep calm do not place your hands on table.this are some key things people tends to ignores if you play with your hands or hairs it shows a kind of non professionalism and your nervousness. Posture counts, Sit up straight yet comfortably. Be aware of nervous gestures such as foot-tapping
Reach at least 10 mins. before the interview time (you can visit the place of interview if possible)
Be honest during the interview and prepare well for questions likely to be asked.
Prepare everything you Mention in your CV/Resume,everything about your projects.
Prepare according to the profile be confident practice as much as you can above mention are some tip that can help you to walk the interview confidently.