The Day Of Interview: Dress to the interview like you going to work. The way you dress is a sign of your professionalism and how competent you are. It's advisable for men and women to choose colors such as blue, black, brown and gray these colors portrait professionalism or dress with a bit of the company's colour. Your clothes must be well ironed, try and avoid perfume with a strong scent that might lead to sneezing for other applicants and interviewers. The interviewer, current workers and customers view you as a staff of the company already. Doing that increases your chance of getting the job.
Arrive at the venue 30minutes or an hour before the commencement of the interview. Make sure you have extra copies of your CV, resume, cover letter and documents that will be needed for the interview. Ensure you eat a healthy meal before leaving home, it is normal for you to feel nervous when anticipating and preparing for an interview. Exercising can also help, try and work out for an hour, take a cold shower to freshen up and calm the nerves.
Show courtesy to everyone that are present at the interview. Smile with people around you, smiling signal friendliness and confidence. Improve your diction, talking audibly shows to people the level of your confident. Good behavior shows you can manage and be properly managed.
Make sure your answers are short and simple. When you spend much time on a question, trying to convince the interviewer might possibly get him or her confused. Keep your answers short and simple. Give constructive and illustrative qualities when asked to talk about yourself.