Preparing Future Managers in Logistics, Aviation, Banking, Automobile, Competitive Exams & Design Industry
Preparing Future Managers in Logistics, Aviation, Banking, Automobile, Competitive Exams & Design Industry

Getting ready for an interview should begin at least three days before the interview is scheduled to take place. We'll run down the top things you should do before the big day arrives.

  • Make sure your interview clothes are clean and pressed beforehand.
  • Make good-quality copies of your resume on a nice grade of paper. Take more copies than you will possibly need.
  • Practice Makes Perfect - Dedicate one night prior to the interview to a mock Q & A. You can set this up with a friend or conduct the interview yourself with a list of frequently-asked interview questions and a mirror.
  • Smile - Body language plays an important part in an interview. If you relax your shoulders give a big old grin, you'll feel more comfortable ... and so will the interviewer.
  • If you feel that you just aren't giving the right answers to an interviewer's questions, try changing tactics -- and ask the interviewer a few questions of your own.
  • Be sure to prepare your questions in advance and make sure they are appropriate. Some examples:
    • What's your favourite thing about working in this company/ Organization?
    • Why do you think that you are best suitable for this job?
  • If you feel, you are lost while answering the question / maybe you misunderstood the question or the question wasn't phrased clearly. That doesn't mean you have to struggle -- just ask the interviewer for some clarification.

Closing an Interview

  • The final few minutes are crucial. You don't want to blow it by saying the wrong thing on your way out the door.
  • To leave a good impression with the interviewer, your final words and gestures should be enthusiastic and confident.
  • During the interview, pay attention not only to what the interviewer says but also to how they says it. Notice their body language, tone of voice and level of formality. And then tailor your closing remarks accordingly.
  • No matter how the interview behaves, always be confident. Keep an eye - contact. Thank them by their name and firmly shake hands when saying goodbye.
  • Don't leave a job interview without knowing the next step in the hiring process.
  • You may also want to ask the recruiter how they would prefer you to follow up with them. Can you call him/her on the phone, or would he rather that you email them?

Remember to trust yourself and not let it get you down. Just do the best you can and try not to worry about things you can't control.

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