Be knowledgeable about the place that is desired to work at. Do the research beforehand. Dress appropriately for the interview and ensure that a copy of the required documents is available upon request. Scope out the area beforehand and make sure that the area is known and how long it takes to get there. Definitely do not be late for the interview otherwise the employer might find it as offensive and as a sign of how the performance will be on a regular basis on the job.
Practice potential questions before the day of the interview so that on the interview day, preparation will be perfected to answer the interviewer if he/she happened to ask the same question or a similar question. Make sure to answer these questions in a way that makes them see the perfect candidate as being right in front of them. Be positive when going into the interview, employers would love to have someone who is optimistic rather than someone who is ominous. Also, be confident in the answers given and in the ability to get the job. Sometimes, just displaying confidence can be what gets an individual hired. Be respectful and make the interview feel like a natural conversation rather than an interrogation. Have good posture and body language while the interview is going on. Last but not least, leave with a great impression. Thank the interviewer for their time, shake hands firmly, and feel free to send them a “thank you” note promptly after leaving.