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INTERVIEW TIPS



1- Believe in Yourself and Believe in Almighty ALLAH.
2- Stay Cool & Calm.
3- Stay Confident. 
4- Never Play with Your Expressions; Keep a gentle Smile on your Face.
5- Take Permission before entering the room like (May I Come In Sir/Madam)
6- Your Voice must be Strong, Clear and Audible.
7- Don't Shake hard very firmly/hardly; Be well mannered in Hand Shake.
8- Never Sit on the Chair until He/She tells you to Sit.
9- Don't Stare at the Roof and Walls.
10- Keep focus on the Interviewer.
11- Sit with your legs straight, Don't sit with cross legs.
12- Your back must be Straight, Be Alert.
13- Never sit in a Relaxed Manner.
14- Never sit with both hands holding each other. Keep them a part.
15- You will be asked to Introduce yourself, prepare your introduction well.
16- Introduction is the most important part of any interview because it's your first impression on the Interviewer. Avoid unnecessary details, stick to yourself only. Don't mention your family members, it will lengthen the introduction and interviewer will get bored may be. A to the point introduction consists of three parts:
i)   PERSONAL INFO: Your Full Name, Father's Full Name And Your City Along With District
ii)  EDUCATIONAL INFO: Includes info about your degrees. Order mus be latest degree first then move to the next recent one like (Masters>>>Bachelors>>>F.Sc/FA>>>Matriculation). Include the year of completion, your institution name, obtained marks, total marks and Percentage/GPA/Grade etc.
iii) WHAT ARE YOU DOING NOWADAYS? Includes information about ongoing Degree/Job (If Any) and the course which you have applied for.
17- Must answer in the same language in which the Question is asked.
18- If you are not sure about any answer, say "Sorry Sir!", avoid wrong guessing.
19- Always give the close-most answer to every Mathematics related question. Never skip Mathematics Question.
20- Don't laugh if he/she tries to crack a joke. Just smile.
21- Personal questions may be asked, never get angry, keep your mind cool and answer with logic.
22- Don't play with your dress, tie or shirt.
23- Look into the interviewer's eyes while answering to show your confidence.
24- Do not shake your head or move your hands while explaining.
25- Show Patriotism and determination in your answers.
26- If you don't know the answer, still take your time then say "Sorry Sir!", Never say sorry instantly.
27- First thin, and then answer. Don't give answer instantly because that will be considered a guess. Take your time even if you know the answer.

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