If you 've an interview?

@PortHell (342)
Egypt
May 26, 2008 3:23am CST
What is the most important thing you do when you 've an interview in a new Job? mine, I try to attend before the interview time??
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6 responses
@jofeli (504)
• Indonesia
26 May 08
people say that first impression is the most important thing. so i will pay much attention on my appearance as to what to wear and what to say. happy posting :)
@PortHell (342)
• Egypt
29 May 08
i agree with you that appearance is a very important factor in the interview but for sure it is'nt every thing.
@mjmlagat (3171)
• Philippines
26 May 08
I believe a good night sleep is important if you're having an interview the following day. You need it to be calm, to be more focused and of course, who wants to attend to an interview with fluffy eyes, ey? hehe.
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@PortHell (342)
• Egypt
29 May 08
You 're right i 've missed a job becouse i didn't sleep well and i was very confused in the interview
• United States
26 May 08
As someone who has done interviews I looked at several factors including the following: Punctuality, are they on time? Organization, do they have everything they need? Dress, are they dressed appropriately for either the job they want or for an interview? Speech, how do they answer my questions? Don't walk in and say "yo, whazzup?" Eye contact, will they look me in the eye? Attitude, how do they react when I tell them about the worst parts of the job they are interviewing for? I always expected people to be nervous and tried to never use that against them, but I did have one pet peeve: People biting their nails during the interview. Nothing looks more unprofessional than answering a question with your fingers in your mouth or even having to remove your fingers to answer. Hopefully this will help someone out there who is interviewing for a job.
@PortHell (342)
• Egypt
29 May 08
nice your response is very descriptive and complet best response man.
@suz1000 (159)
26 May 08
Try to know something about the place your interviewing at, easy enough if its a job you have dreamt of but not so easy if its just a job to pass a few months while looking for something better. Try to be polite and make a good impression. And yes be on time, if you had an interview with me and were late without calling and explaining with a very good excuse chances are I wont even consider hiring you as I find lateness the height of bad manners and I think if you cant be on time for an interview then would you be on time for your job everyday........
@PortHell (342)
• Egypt
29 May 08
Ofcourse it's true that if you can't be on time for an interview then would you be on time for your job everyday.
@agihcam (1915)
• Philippines
26 May 08
Be focus, keep eye contact with the interviewer. Don't look into walls,ceiling as most of the people do, keep an eye to eye contact and let the interviewer feels that you are telling the truth and you know what you are talking.
@bestie (3232)
• Philippines
26 May 08
relax don't cram coz it will not do any good.Just be ready and be prepared,that's all I do.