Expect certain questions
A key part of any interview preparation is to anticipate certain questions in advance. Understandably, interviews can be nerve-racking, it is helpful to rehearse standard questions in advance with someone you trust and who is willing to provide constructive feedback. Companies are known to ask both common and behavioral questions, which you must answer according to their expectations. For example, an interviewer might ask, “tell me about yourself.” Discuss why you chose a particular major and college, and then briefly cover past jobs and how you got to where you are today. Keep your response limited to one or two minutes. You can also share examples from volunteer work that you may have done in the past or any other work carried out- in high school, college or university.