What tips can you give me for a job interview, what to say, and what not to say?

What comments have you guys made that really got you the job! I've got an interview next week and i want to blow them away and really make an impression. All advice is greatly appreciated everyone - thank you!

Asked By: Miss Tickle - 5/11/2007
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Answered By: Robert S - 5/11/2007
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My fall down in interviews is I get to friendly with the interviewers, I used to think this worked but some of them are not impressed... More
Answered By: debi_jonesy - 5/11/2007
If they say "have you anything you would like to add" say "I think I will be an asset to your team" worked for me show a positive side (oops I'm skiving right now telling you this) Good luck
Answered By: Miss dilema - 5/11/2007
• Sale yourself... More
Answered By: Tony B - 5/11/2007
Don't smile too much! Nod slightly as they are asking the questions,this shows you expected that sort of question, and so are knowledgeable about the position. At the end of the interview when they ask have you got any questions I always ask.... 'What would your ideal manager/officer/nurse,etc. be ?' This gives them a... More
Answered By: katewearsconran - 5/11/2007
I used to go brain dead at interviews so once went on a course! Sad yes I know but it helped. Write down possible questions which you have, you always forget them when you are there. Don't go in chewing gum. Wear something cool as most offices are overheated and collapsing of heat exhaustion is not the best impression... More
Answered By: zevvie1 - 5/11/2007
Hi, firstly always turn up at least 20 minutes early. Have some questions ready to ask your interviewer, and keep the sheet with you, it always looks good that you need some points clarifying. They'll ask you if you have any questions, this is your opportunity. In the job description, there will already be some... More
Answered By: ali_reece - 5/11/2007
Show up a little early. Always dress appropriate for the interview. Answer the question that was asked - which means if you don't understand the question that was asked... have them rephrase it. Most interview questions these days are behavioral question. In this sort of interview, the interviewers tend to ask... More
Answered By: Mr. Smith - 5/11/2007
research the company make sure you know where it is, go visit early if local and work out where to park etc.
Answered By: alatoruk - 5/11/2007
The other people responding to this have hit on most of the high points, so I'll just add on to their comments... More
Answered By: edthespartan - 5/11/2007
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