Behaviour-based interview questions may asked which required to answer with concrete examples

Before the Interview
Do your homework: Before the interview research the company, as your interviewer will likely ask what you know about the company and why you want to work there. Turn off your cell phone and other devices that might interrupt your interview. Arrive about ten minutes early for the interview. This shows that you are eager and punctual. But don't be too early, as it might be an inconvenience for your interviewers. Definitely don't be late.

During the Interview
Sit with good posture. If you don't know what to do with your hands, keep them folded on your lap. This is another indication of good manners. Avoid crossing your arms in front of your chest, as it is off-putting to interviewers. Maintain eye contact with the interviewer. For some, failure to maintain a comfortable level of eye contact indicates that you are lying, searching for answers or lacking confidence.

After the Interview
Be prepared to attend two or three interviews at the same company. If you're called back for another interview, it means that they're interested in you. But they're also narrowing the competition, so keep up the good work! If you don't hear from your interviewers in about a week or 1-2 days after they said you'd hear from them, it's okay to call or send letters of inquiry, asking about your candidate status. One round of calls or letters is sufficient. It shows that you really want the job and are eager to start. Here are a couple of tough questions you should be prepared for, especially those of you without previous employment, before you enter the office of the interviewer.