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INTERVIEW TIPS This is taken from the interview section with a few additions.  

Your appearance says a lot about you and you will be judged as soon as you walk in the room.  

Maintain eye contact but don't stare.  

 A key problem with students is to look too casual, rough jeans and 3 day un washed top wont get you no where, A SMART TOP AND PAIR OF JEANS Is THE MINIMUM STANDARD.  

Do not ware any head ware, it gives the impression your hiding something (religious head ware to the exception).  

Show as little flesh as possible, you want the job based on your mind not your body.  

Keep your tie simple and crisp no silly logo's.  

Don't over accessorise 22 necklaces and 32 gold rings may look good in the mirror but not to an employer.  

Keep make-up to a minimum and natural looking, going over the top will make you look like your going to a smart night out on the town.  

Too much perfume or too little deodorant can be a turn off for recruitments you want a hint of the deodorant without the death of near by plants and no wet arm pits.  

Piercing and tattoos both turn an employer, if you cannot remove them cover it up.  

Bad breath will be one of the main deterrents for a interviewer, keep some mints near by.  

Facial hair - although the common stereotype of facial hair = shifty guy has died down make sure your have a clean cut and its clean of any bits of the food you ate on the way to the interview.  

Manors - crucial "Thank you for your time" saying hello with a smile will only work for you.
 

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