Aug 19, 2018 - 05:03 AM
Practicing can help with confidence, but it also helps to know how to act and dress even if you feel like a bundle of nerves. Except in cases where you know an alternative style is the norm, you want to look as professional and polished as possible. Appearance and body odor are the first things an interviewer will notice. Keep your hair, clothes and nails neat and be sure to brush your teeth and carry a breath mint.
Preparation takes different forms depending on the job interview. For example, if you know the interview is with a panel rather than one person, bring copies of your resume and other materials you submitted. You might not use them but the effort looks good. Another thing to consider is whether the job you want requires a portfolio. Find out how to create a great one here.