2. Try on your outfit. Don’t wait until the day of your interview to try on your outfit for the first time. You don’t want to notice an hour before your interview that your pants need to be cuffed or that your only pair of stockings has a run. A dry run the day before will give you time to fix anything that needs to be fixed or to pick a different outfit.
3. Research the employer. The easiest way to do this is to use the employer’s own website. Read enough to get familiar with the company’s work, its clients and its general approach. Don’t leave the website until you can answer these questions: What does this organization do? What is it all about? What would the employers say makes them different from their competition?