When you are
being interviewed it is very important that you give out the
right signals. You should always look attentive - so do not
slouch in your chair. Never lie to anyone in an interview, your
body language and tone of voice or the words you use will
probably give you away - classic body language giveaways include
scratching your nose and not looking directly at the other
person when you are speaking to them.
Always sport a
fresh haircut, wear a fresh shirt and your shoes must be
Sit facing the
interviewer with your eyes focussed on the main interviewer. Do
not cross your legs or put your elbows on the table. Your hands
may be placed on the table. Ideally put a piece of paper and pen
in front of you to indicate that you are ready.
questions do not look down or sideways. Look at the interviewer
straight in the eye. If he shifts his eyes away then finish the
answer fast as he has moved on.
Do not bring
your hand to the back of your head or throat. Instead scribble
on the paper infront of you to show that you are making
Do not be aggressive even if the interview is
. He is just testing how you react to pressure situations.