Test your technology
Do a technical check before your online interview begins to make sure that your internet connection is stable enough to avoid dropouts and poor sound and picture quality.
Practice makes perfect
Do a quick "mock interview" run-through with a friend beforehand and you’ll feel much more confident when the time comes. This is a great chance to test out your technical set-up, your comfort levels and the quality of your answers.
Turn off other applications
Before your online interview begins, make sure you switch your phone onto silent and turn off other applications (such as Facebook), so that message alerts don’t intrude and distract.
This is no time for a T-shirt and sweatpants - you need to treat this like a face-to-face interview. Dress as you would for any normal interview and be well groomed, so you really look and feel the part.
You might not be in the same room as your interviewer, but you still need to be aware of what your body is doing. So make sure you sit up straight, minimise fidgeting, look attentive, speak clearly and show enthusiasm.
Everybody knows the importance of good eye contact during face-to-face interviews, but it's important to not forget that during a video interview too. .
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