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We all may have heard somewhere that the first impression is the last impression. 

Going for an interview would have been the most difficult thing to do because we all have lots of questions running in our mind about what to speak , how to  give your introduction, how to present yourself , how to make eye-contact, and many other doubts.

“Lets clear all your doubt here”

  The very first thing you notice when  you are going for an interview is your appearance, what you are wearing,  how you are presenting yourself.


  1. Dress appropriately for the interview.

Tips for women:

  • Don’t overdo the jewelry – nothing too chunky or dangly. Also avoid anything that gives you the urge to fiddle with it.
  • Keep the heels moderate (3 inches max) but avoid completely flat shoes unless you really need them. Be sure to coordinate – navy with navy suits, black with gray.
  • No cleavage – it looks unprofessional.
  • Wear tights, even in summer.
  • If you opt for a dress instead of a suit, it needs to be sleek, sculpted and mostly a solid dark color. 

Tips for men:

  1. Ties should be low key. This is no place for comedy or cartoon characters.
  2. Wear black leather shoes and a matching belt. Brown shoes are for light gray or linen suits, which aren’t really suitable.
  3. Go for a plain shirt in a traditional color – white or pale blue. Beware of pink!
  4. Your suit needs to fit you well. Get yourself measured and fitted by a professional. If you’re on a budget, ask about sale items, and if that’s no good, take the useful info somewhere cheaper. Different high street shops suit different body shapes, so shop around.
  5. Avoid ostentation. Don’t be the guy with the pocket square.

2.Avoid distractions and keep eye contact

Eye contact is an important part of communication:

  1. Make eye contact before you start talking. Before you utter your first word, make eye contact. …
  2. Hold your gaze for 4 to 5 seconds at a time. …
  3. Use gestures. …
  4. Move your eyes slowly. …
  5. Maintain eye contact 50% of the time

3. Be confident and comfortable.

Projecting confidence in a job interview can be just as important as showing your skills and demonstrating your unique qualifications. It’s important to practice the way you communicate confidence and professionalism, as this can improve your performance in the room as well as calm your nerves.

  • In addition, many factors can help you make a good impression during an interview, including arriving on time, being polite and preparing concise responses, among other things. The suggestions in this article do not imply that body language alone will make a good impression or that everyone needs to be able to use body language to convey confidence.
  • Confidence is the act of trusting yourself. During a job interview, showing that you trust yourself is critical because it can lead your interviewer to trust in you, as well. 
  • Standing with your feet shoulder-width apart, chest and chin high, back straight and your fists on your waist for a few minutes before your interview can make you feel calmer and confident.
  • Speak calmly and slowly. To stop yourself from rambling, try to answer each question by addressing one point at a time.
  • Confident people also tend to take their time when answering questions.

4.Prepare what to say:

  • Who You Are [Name, where you are from, some personal background, walk me through your experiences, ]
  • What have you studied [educational qualifications]
  • Focus on your work, past achievements in job, internships, and workshops and achievements related to the interview.
  • Any professional training or experience
  • Additionally, some hobbies or interests

After you’ve got the visuals down, plan on the first few speaking moments of your introduction. Confidence is equally important as you begin to verbally introduce yourself, so apply the same principles as you begin talking with the person at hand. To establish a solid foundation, boldly state your name. Don’t be afraid to speak up; you’ll want to avoid making people struggle to hear your name or ask for it again. A solid volume shows you’re confident, excited about the opportunity and want to be respectful of your time.

Finally, got the Job!