Before, During And After Interview Tips




Everyone is aware of the proverb “Practice makes man perfect” so before applying for any interview make sure you have practiced well and in case of under-confidence issue you can anytime conduct mock interview with family and friends. Also, be prepared scintillating with the bullet points that is mentioned in the resume.


Explore the company website and also keep yourself updated about the recent news articles. Company website enlightens us with the work culture, achievements and accolades of the organization. Researching the company implies that you value the time of the interviewer and are also passionate about the opportunity.

Dress Up

It is recommended to wear a professional outfit. Also, if you have to show up for the interview on the casual day of the organization then also you are supposed to look professional as you are not yet the part of the company.

Turn off phone

Switch off your phone before the interview so that it doesn’t intervene between you and the interviewer.

Arrive Early

Showing up late for the interview is not at all the ethical. So be sure you arrive early with few extra copies of resume.


Confident Handshake

Handshake is your first expression before the interviewer so it has to be strong and confident. Also, make an eye contact when you shake the interviewer’s hand.

Body Language

Good posture and standing up instead of slouching gives the impression that you are confident. Don’t shake your legs or fidget your hands because it communicates that you are anxious or bored.


You may have an interview with multiple people. Each time someone new enters, you should stand up, introduce yourself, and shake their hand. When someone leaves the room, stand up, shake their hand and thank them for their time. This is polite and communicates that you are confident and poised.

Ask Questions

Asking questions during an interview is crucial because it shows that you are genuinely interested in the role, the company, and how you can help it to succeed.


Thank Them

At the end of the interview thank them for their time to meet with you and for considering you for the position.

Follow Up (Appropriately)

You should follow up after an interview. It shows that you are interested and passionate about the opportunity but be patient. It is really stressful and frustrating not to hear back from a position right away but that doesn’t mean you will start following up twice or thrice a day.


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