Aug 19, 2018 - 11:39 AM
First of all, remember that there is more to a strong interview than just the answers you give to the questions. Your tone and the way you present yourself go a long way to impressing interviewers. Practice speaking in the mirror in advance so you can speak with confidence.
Many jobseekers fail to realize that they can actually anticipate what questions they may hear. We have lists of common interview questions separated by the job you are pursuing. By taking a look at these questions and thinking about how you would answer them, you will have an easier time answering similar questions on the spot. Another great way to prepare is to review the company and job description. You can usually discover several elements and aspects that are especially prioritized by the hiring manager.