Be yourself, be honest, be polite, answer their questions truthfully and confidently, don't boast and ask questions of them about working conditions, how much pay and entitlements you get and when. Find out what is required of you in the job and if you are on probation. Try not to be nervous and I emphasise once again be honest, nothing ruins an interview or job quicker than someone who is later found out to be not what they said they were. For example if asked what speed you type at, or have you used PowerPoint, or are you good at maths or what qualifications you have, don't exaggerate your abilities. Tell them what your strengths are and if they ask you where you need more training. Be confident, be yourself and good luck.
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