Interviews Dos And Donts


  1. Research the company: Learn as much as you can about the company before the interview. Check their website, social media accounts, and news articles about the company.
  2. Dress appropriately: Dress professionally and make sure your attire is appropriate for the type of job you are interviewing for.
  3. Arrive on time: Plan to arrive at least 10-15 minutes before your scheduled interview time to allow for any unexpected delays.
  4. Bring a copy of your resume and references: Have a copy of your resume and a list of references ready to provide to the interviewer if requested.
  5. Prepare for common interview questions: Practice answering common interview questions, such as "Tell me about yourself" and "What are your strengths and weaknesses?"
  6. Ask questions: Prepare a list of questions to ask the interviewer about the company or the position.
  7. Follow up after the interview: Send a thank-you email or note to the interviewer to express your appreciation for the opportunity to interview.


  1. Don't be late: Being late can create a negative first impression and may be seen as disrespectful.
  2. Don't be unprepared: Failing to research the company or practice your interview skills can make you seem uninterested in the job.
  3. Don't speak negatively about previous employers: Avoid talking negatively about previous employers or coworkers during the interview.
  4. Don't be too casual: While it's important to be personable, avoid being too casual or informal during the interview.
  5. Don't interrupt the interviewer: Let the interviewer finish asking their question before you begin answering. Avoid interrupting or talking over them.
  6. Don't use filler words: Avoid using filler words such as "um" or "like" during the interview. This can make you seem unprepared or unprofessional.
  7. Don't forget to follow up: Failing to follow up after the interview can make you seem disinterested or unappreciative.

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  •  Research:

    It is very essential to research and have an advance idea about the company operations, main product & services, management team etc. The research will assist in understanding the company and what can be possible requirements for the job profile.

  •  Wear the right outfit:

    On the day of interview be neatly groomed and dressed.

  •  Reach before time:

    Reach the location 10-15 prior as you might be required to conduct certain formalities.

  •  Carry your resume and important certificates:

    Carry multiple copies of resume and important certificates as the interviewer might review them during the interview.

  •  Be courteous:

    Be courteous and respectful to the people you meet as your behavior can be considered during your recommendations and feedbacks.

  •  Do have a friendly expression:

    During the interview, maintain a friendly expression as it will make the interviewer comfortable while interviewing you.

  •  Be attentive:

    Be attentive to interviewer questions and understand the question clearly before answering the interviewer. Take few minutes to think and then answer the question accordingly.

  •  Be straight and clear:

    It is important to be straight and clear while answering questions as it will give an impression of you being comprehensible and focused in your mind.

  •  Be positive:

    for any interview it is significant to be positive as sometimes more than your qualifications your optimistic approach might get you a job.


  •  Be late:

    Being late for the interview can give an impression of unseriousness towards work and job.

  •  Present weak body language:

    Be conscious of what you’re presenting to the interviewer. Slouchy walking style, relaxed sitting posture, inadequate eye contact, fumbling and being timid while answering questions will present a weak personality to the interviewer.

  •  Be Negative:

    During the interview, never express bad feelings about your last job or last boss as it highlights the unprofessionalism within you.

  •  Being inquisitive:

    Avoid being inquisitive about your salary package, bonus, vacations or other benefits extended by the company. The discussions about such questions can be inquired during the time of offer.

  •  Falsify Things:

    Never lie to interviewer. Answer all the questions with honesty, truthfulness and succinctly.