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Ready For An Interview? Shouldn't Miss These 5 Things.
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Never Lie In Your Resume:<\/u><\/b>
First thing that every student should probably do during their interview is creating a resume. It is one of the hurdle during the job search. Resume should contain your interests, extra curriculars, strengths, technical skills etc. You should not lie in the resume because that easily backfires on you. The interviewer will test directly in the interview room. If you dont want to be caught in such situations then don\u2019t lie. Always show your eagerness to learn.
Read The Company Profile:<\/u><\/b>
It is necessary to go through the companies website before attending an interview. It is one of the crucial thing that you should do. Find out what their goal is, as the goals of each company is slightly different. By reading the company profile and understanding their goal, you can better answer questions like
\"why should we hire you?\"<\/b> Preparation means you can \u2018sell\u2019 yourself better by telling them how your skill can help them achieve their goals. Even when there is a mismatch of your skill and their requirement, showing them that you understand the company profile and their objectives increases your chances of being hired.
Next step to impress an interviewer is your dressing. \"It\u2019s better to be overdressed than underdressed\". For this its better to make your dress code decision fit the culture of the company. Dress yourself in a
semi-casual clothing<\/b>. Bigger companies tend to go for the professional looking route, while you can get away without a tie in smaller companies. Even before you say anything, they have formed an opinion about you based on how you look.
Be Ready To Face The Interview<\/u><\/b>
You should be ready to face any kind of situation before attending an interview.
Mental preparation<\/b> is the crucial thing that you should have, the interview is the only one step away from you landing in the job. Tell yourself that you are going to an interview because they are already interested in your resume. You will just have to prove that you are better than the other candidates. Be on time for an interview. You should be clear and specific while expressing yourself. It gives the impression that you know what you are talking about. Also, use specific words when explaining your reasoning instead of using \u2018like, like, that thing\u2019.
Questioning and posing the doubts are highly recommended, and interviewers expect a ton of questions from you as it shows that you are interested in the company. Focus more on questions that would keep them on their toes, making them remember you better than the many other interview candidates vying for the same spot. Come up with the unique questions. This will help you stand out and be remembered and possibly get hired.