Arrive early - this will give you time to relax, gather your thoughts, go over your interview questions and answers and prepare yourself.
Create positive first impressions – greet everyone you meet from the receptionist to the interview politely and enthusiastically.
Watch your body language – be aware of any nervous ticks or negative body language. Try and relax but present yourself confidently.
Listen to the questions - pay attention to what you are asked and don’t be afraid to ask for clarification if you’re not sure about something.
Answer clearly and confidently – try to be concise and not waffle. If you are asked questions you were expecting, this shouldn’t be a problem. If you are asked questions you haven’t prepared for or that you find challenging, take a moment to think before answering.
Engage the interviewer – to build rapport and get a conversation going, ask any questions as they arise. At the end of the interview, you should hopefully have a chance to ask anything else you might want to know.
End on a positive note – thank the interviewer and let them know you think you are an excellent fit and are really interested in the role. If you wish, you can follow this up with a thank you email after the interview to reiterate your interest.