There are several ways to determine whether an interview went well. You may find it helpful to deconstruct your interview afterward to get a sense of what you think you did well and what you can do better in the future. There is a difference between dwelling on the parts of an interview you perceive negatively and productive reflection. Consider making a few notes during or immediately after the interview so that you can recall the questions an interviewer asked, your responses, and the interviewer's reactions. Consider the ease and quality of the conversation. While you may be able to identify a few instances in which you could have given better responses, assessing the weaknesses and strengths of each interview can help you become a better candidate. Other indications
an interview went well may involve meeting high-level employees other than the hiring manager. You should also factor in whether the interviewer closed by requesting references or arranging a follow-up interview. Remember that even a great interview does not necessarily mean you have the job, but give yourself credit for performing well in this professional situation regardless of the outcome.