If you prepared your CV properly, and applied to the relevant job you like, there are only three possible outcomes. You will get a mail saying you are not suitable or something similar, you will not hear from the recruiter at all, or,…. Your mobile will ring! Everyone loves to get that call: “This is John. I’m calling to see if you’d like to come in for a job interview.” Your pulse races, then your stomach drops: “What am I gonna wear? What am I gonna say?”
The time has finally come! You’ve been called for an interview. Now what? Don’t sweat it! Prepare yourself to win. You know you’re ready for the job…now you have to convince the employer as well!
Getting ready is a probably the most important part of your interview. You will likely (and you should!), spend more time preparing yourself than you will in the interview. Preparing includes getting to know more about the company and the job, and being able to explain how and why you’re the best person to hire. To help you study, be sure you have a full job description. If you do not have one from when you first applied for the job, be sure to ask the person who is arranging your interview for a copy. Even if you do have it, make sure it is the most recent and the most complete job description.
What then? Try to find the examples in your past or work experience where you have made achievements that are relevant for the job. Simply list all the requirements from the job description, and prepare a short answer that showcases what have you done in the past that shows you will do it good in the future job as well.
He honest in the interview. And even more important: Be yourself!