Research about the company and what they do. Know as much as you can about the company.
Prepare for the worst. Preparing for the worst helps you to not be caught off-guard.
Get enough sleep. Rest is important, it will help you look fresh for the interview.
Be early. This shows commitment and it also gives you enough time to get used to the environment and calm your nerves.
Be smart. How you are dressed plays a big part in boosting your confidence for the interview.
Be confident. Confidence is attractive to anyone hiring. It shows that you know your skills and you are focused.
Answer the asked questions, only explain when asked. Don’t talk too much. Always go straight to the point.
Know what you want. When asked for your opinion or input, say exactly what you want. This will help you not settle for less once hired.
Prepare for the worst. They could call, they could not. Prepare for the worst, it eases the disappointment if they don’t call