What you should do before the D-day.
Before we even go to the interaction part of the interview. Do you know how you should dress for your job? Prepare your outfit carefully but also intentionally. This helps with a great first impression, be smart. Stay away from shouting colours especially for official jobs. It’s always a total turn off. After knowing how to dress, arrange your papers. Photocopy them and put them in the bag you will carry.
Remember all the above should be done a day before. Carry out some research about the company you applied to. What do they want? What do they need to see in you?
Have some good knowledge, don’t just wake up only to find yourself stuck in the middle of an interview. Talk to some people who are already doing the job you’re yearning for.
Prepare your mind, let yourself know that you can make it. Find all means to be as confident as you should. Confidence is better when you have enough knowledge. Make sure you get your content right.
On the D-day, wake up early, it gives you more time to prepare.
Depending on your religion, it would be good for you to pray.
Have something to eat, don’t go on an empty.
And ladies, avoid that excessive makeup that kills your natural look. Don’t go for hairstyles that are wild. Be simple but elegant. Meanwhile, get there at least 30 minutes before the time you were told. Some of you are so into yourselves that you even forget to greet the people you find. It won’t kill you to greet that cleaner, receptionist, what if its all part of the interview?
Lastly, believe in yourself. Don’t feel intimidated by the people you find there already.
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