Interview’s Tips Creating a good impression at your interview is vital, but there is more to it than just dressing well and answering some questions. Employers will also be judging you based on how you act, how you handle yourself during the interview, your appearance and your attitude. In this section Preparing for an interview Doing some ground work before a job interview is essential to making a good impression on an employer. Researching the company/organisation and the role itself will help you answer the employer's questions, and show you're keen for the job. Tips for answering interview questions Job interviews are a way for employers to work out how well you you will fit into their organisation, and if you have the skills for the job. How you present yourself and answer their questions will help them decide who to hire - so what should you do to make the best impression? Questions you can ask at an interview You will usually get the opportunity to ask questions at an interview. Though you may think of questions during the interview, it pays to have some prepared in case you need them. Tests at interviews Some employers give candidates different types of tests as part of their hiring process. This article describes the types of tests you may come across. After the interview You may be ready to relax after your interview, but there are a few things you should do before you put your feet up. If you don't get the job Sometimes you will be turned down for the job you want. Find out how to use this experience to help you prepare for your job application.