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Successfully interviewing

by MischaFebruary 16, 2011

[box]Successfully Interviewing [/box]

In this age when everyone is trying to outdo each other to reach the top, successfully interviewing becomes very important. A successful interview can not only help you get the job but also make a lasting impression on the employer. One needs to remember these points for making an interview successful:

1. Presenting yourself successfully – Learn about the company and prepare answers to the questions that maybe asked in the interview. You must choose formal dress with perfect fitting and be careful about your looks. Always reach before time for the interview.

2. Remember Courtesies –Take permission before entering the room. You should wish the interviewers first and sit only when asked to. Politeness and humility are traits for the occasion. And remember to thank everyone before leaving.

3. Non- Verbal Behavior – Sit straight, maintain eye contact but do not stare at the interviewer. You must be confidence personified but not over-confident. This creates a positive impact on the interviewer. You must not keep speaking rather listen patiently to the interviewers.

4. Handling the questions successfully – You must know the answers to most of the questions and even if you don’t, never be nervous. You must think a minute to gather all the points before answering. A confident and well spoken answer always impresses the interviewers.

5. Submit Credentials – You must carry all the credentials and reference letters etc with you. This would give value to your candidature.

[box type=bio] This is not all; do not talk negatively about your past employers for it presents you in bad light. After the interview is over you should depart gracefully. These are little things but they have a strong impact on how you fair in your interview for a successful interview can change your life forever. [/box]

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