Skills To Crack An Interview


Before an interview, spend time researching about the company and the position you're applying for. There are several ways you can research an organization, including by:


Set aside at least an hour to prepare for the interview. Here are a few actions to take when preparing:


Punctuality is an important trait that employers value. To ensure you join the interview on time, set an alarm, check internet connection in case of virtual interview. Keep your resume and portfolio handy.


Ensure your attire is professional and tasteful. Use professional language when greeting the interviewer. Be polite to everyone you come into contact with.


Good communication skills are crucial during the job interview process. This includes written, verbal and nonverbal communication skills.


Listen attentively when the hiring manager is speaking, paraphrase what they said and use nonverbal cues such as nodding, making eye contact when the other person is talking.

Ask questions

Interviewers look for candidates who ask genuine questions. Ask questions that demonstrate a genuine interest in the opportunity and provides a chance to further discuss elements of the job.


Confidence has a great impact on interviewers. Discuss your experience, accomplishments and abilities in a confident way. Don't go boasting about your qualifications.

Follow up 

Following up after an interview shows the interviewer that you are genuinely interested in the position. Try to send a follow-up email after the interview.

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