7. Differentiate yourself.
What can you do or say that’ll differentiate you from other applicants?
What qualifications or experiences make you uniquely qualified for the
position? Did you earn awards for superior performance or achieve great
results in a similar position?
8. Be yourself.
Enjoy yourself during the interview. If you’re comfortable, you’ll make
the interviewer feel at ease. It is important to note that preparing
answers ahead of time does NOT mean being dishonest. It means that you
took care to think through your responses before the interview took
place. If you try to fake your way through the interview, believe me, it
9. Remain confident.
Confidence comes with practice. Did you research the company? Have you
identified possible interview questions and prepared responses? Did you
determine how you’re going to differentiate yourself? What three points
are you going to drive home? Most of all, remember: If you don’t know
why you’d hire you, neither will they.
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