To make the best interview impression possible, you need to be well-informed about the company and its products, know how to tackle tricky interview questions, and come across as confident and qualified.
Hopefully, the advertisement or recruiter has provided a detailed job description. But it often pays to think about this a little more as you start your interview preparation. Try to identify the essential requirements the role needs.
It’s essential to know who will conduct the job interview. If you expect a one-on-one interview but walk into a room of 5 people facing you like some kind of inquisition – it might throw you off your A-game.