When in doubt, stick to interviewing classics

The STAR method is a structured manner of responding to a behavioral-based interview question by discussing the specific situation, task, action, and result of the situation you are describing.
  • To get ready, do some research on the employer. The more you understand a company's goals and working methods, the more prepared you'll be for the interview.
  • Having prepared responses will make it easier to respond to frequent queries when they arise. (See: What would you say is your biggest weakness and Why do you want to work here?)
  • Make sure there are no errors in your cover letter and resume because you only have a limited amount of space and time to convince the hiring manager why you should receive the job. With Grammarly's writing support, you can be sure that your application is well-presented and qualified.
  • Arrive on time: Being on time is essential. It demonstrates your seriousness about the situation and the business. Make careful to provide time for unforeseen technical or transportation challenges.
  • Use your active listening skills to locate opportunities to demonstrate your knowledge, readiness, and enthusiasm for the position.
  • Make sure the abilities you highlight are applicable. For example, delegation is a great management skill, but it might not be applicable if you're going for an entry-level position.
  • Have a list of questions ready for the interviewer: This is an additional chance to demonstrate your preparation for the interview and allows you to assess whether the company is a good fit for you.
  • Sending a thank-you note after the interview is a small but thoughtful touch.