- What you say and how confidently you say it is important at any interview. But you also need to be aware of your body language to make sure it doesn’t contradict your words.
- For example, watch out for poor body language, such as slouching, gazing into space or fidgeting.
- You will show the interviewer you are actively listening by using nods to acknowledge your understanding.
- Make eye contact, smile and sit upright.
- A few deep breaths before you go in will calm your nerves and heart rate.
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