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You might be entirely capable of the job, but if you are not well prepared for an interview, you might as well not have the qualifications at all! Do follow our ‘6 Ps’ to get a step closer to your goal. These pointers will help you make a positive impression. However, there is no substitute for relevant experience, expertise and domain knowledge. So equip yourself for questions related to your chosen field which will ultimately determine the outcome of the interview.

‘6 Ps’

Punctuality is the first perception the interviewer gets about the candidate. Come to the venue a good fifteen minutes before the scheduled time. Take some time off to go through your resume once again and also the company profile.

Presentation is of prime importance. As you may not be aware of the company's dress code, wear smart formals in which you are comfortable and be neatly groomed. Do not use too strong a deodorant or perfume and ensure you get your body language right by sitting up straight and a pleasant smile.

Preface is crucial. So do be cordial while introducing yourself. Firstly, introduce yourself with your name and make sure your eyes meet that of the interviewer. This reflects your confidence. Do ensure your handshake is firm and not too tight.

Preparation by equipping yourself with relevant information about the company in which you are attending the interview is crucial.

  • Be specific, interviewers are generally looking out for statistics and revenue numbers.
  • Make sure you are also well aware of your current company’s specifics as well.
  • Having competitor information is a definite plus point and shows that your knowledge of the industry as a whole is well aligned.

Proficiency at an interview is derived from practice or rehearsals before the interview.

  • Try mock interviews with a friend or you could also use the mirror as a substitute. These rehearsals help instill a good amount of confidence and dramatically reduce the chances of you being nervous.
  • Always know your strengths and weaknesses and be sure to back it up with adequate instances.
  • Never bring out a situation where you have failed. Always speak of challenges for which creative solutions were found.
  • Be aware that your interviewer will be very interested to know about how well your action/reactions would have induced a situation or the outcome itself.
  • Do not make up scenarios; you could be against a wall with a small slip.

Proficiency at Phraseology of the body or more commonly ‘body language’ plays an important role while facing interviews. One’s body language must communicate attentiveness, enthusiasm and confidence.

  • Make eye contact and periodically break away. Do not look at the floor.
  • While sitting in your chair sit straight, leaning back might convey lethargy. An upright posture exudes confidence.
  • Always be positive about the way you deliver and the content of your conversation.
  • Avoid using movements that takes the interviewer’s attention away from your face.
  • Do not move your hands wildly nor should you place your hands behind your head.