Almost every interview begins with the introduction of the candidate who is being interviewed. If the sayings related to the “first impression” have to be believed, a candidate’s prospects in an interview are greatly determined by the way he/ she introduces himself/ herself. Hence your introduction to the interviwers has the potential to make or mar your chances to make it through.
Quite often, candidates appear in their interviews well prepared. They have already rehearsed their body language, and practiced the answers of the most common and/or possible questions. But here is where the word of caution should be thrown in. While well prepared candidates are most welcome, candidates with pre-programmed responses and roted replies are least likely to make their mark.
With this post, we begin a series to prepare you for institutional interviews. As always, keep following, keep improving 🙂