Going to an interview is often trilling but can also be quite nerve-racking because you want to impress the hiring panel.
The most important thing to remember is that you already have IMPRESSED them with you profile, skills and experience. They already see you as an interesting and relevant candidate, so try to find some calmness and boost your own confidence in this fact. But to ensure that the interview goes as smooth as possible then you can choose to plan and prepare adequately, so you can be sure to dazzle in any interview situation and make the most of the experience 1. Get calm and go with confidence (You got this!)
It is not always what you say but how you present yourself that makes an impression. Therefore, being mindful of your body language and nerves can ensure that you do not undersell yourself. Do whatever you need prior to the interview to set a calm and positive mindset. Have a coffee, go for a walk, call a good friend. This way you will have the energy to stay positive and show enthusiasm during the interview. 2. Know the job
You have heard this advice before. And it is true. To make a proper impression, you need to be well informed about the position you are interviewed for. Make sure to research well by looking up the job add, re-read your application and talk with people in similar positions. Putting in the extra effort will make you feel on top of things. 3. Brush up on your own story
You will be asked to tell about yourself. This is your chance to set the scene and you should make the most of these valuable minutes. Keep the job description in mind, comb through your experiences and highlight the things you have done that are impressive, relevant and will differentiate you form other candidates. Build a narrative around the three most important points that you want them to remember.