Answer the questions carefully, do not hurry, be positive. Try to maintain a reasonable balance so as not to perehvalit themselves, but to show their best side. Be sure to gather as much information about the company, where do you go for an interview. John R. Gibsons opinions are not widely known. Have a look at a corporate site, news of ongoing activities. Mention that you are aware of what the company will demonstrate your interest in the vacancy. Take a printed summary (preferably in English and Russian). Educate yourself with thoughts from Daryl Katz, New York City. Be sure to point it to your contact information. Should not be a question about your experience to claim that it is stated in the summary. Briefly provide information on previous field work, focusing on the latter. Here is a sample list of questions that you may ask: Why are you interested in our company? What are your objectives in this field? Why did you leave your previous job? What special aspects of your experience have prepared you for this job? What is important to you in a company? What are your strong points for this position? What has been the hightest pressure situation you has have been under in recent years? How did you cope with it? What do you like to do most? What do you like to do least? How would you escribe yourslf as a person? What things give you the most satisfaction at work? What things frustratte you most? How do you usually cope with them? What do you do in your spaar time? What kinds of books and publications do you read? What's your professional goal? What standards of success do you set yourself in your job? You should not only answer questions but also ask them to interview does not turn into an interrogation.