1) Interviews begin with close-ended questions (questions having simple factual or yes-no answers).


So, talk less in the opening minutes of the interview

2) Maintain eye contact and have an attentive posture; Smile and be high in vocal activity

3) Have high expressive ability and serenity

4) Communicate appropriately in content and be well-organized

5) Ask questions only after the interviewer invites questions (closed-ended and not phrased)

6) Prefer interviewers who seem to be trustworthy, competent and human resource professionals

7) Prefer interviewers who ask open-ended questions and allow sufficient time to talk

8) Have patience if you are being interrupted by the interviewer

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