With virtual interviews on the rise, it’s quite likely to be notified just 24 hours before you’re supposed to appear for a job interview. Whether you’re a first time job seeker or an experienced professional, there’s no need to panic, as we’re here to help you with quick 3 tips to prepare for a last-minute job interview with the right approach:

Company Research

Take an hour or so to conduct an online research about your employer’s company and job description. It will help you get a better idea about the company’s scale, achievements, niche and overall vision.

Get the Basic Information Clear

As soon as you’re notified about the interview, call up and seek all the important information you’ll need to prepare for the interview so that there are no doubts in your mind. For instance, you must be aware who’ll be conducting your interview, the dress code, job description and the exact time of the interview.

Take Time to Jot Down Your Notable Achievements

Last, but not least, take your time to think of your significant achievements as a professional, be it your soft skills or any other challenges that you overcame in times of a crises. The more you are prepared to answer your interviewer, the more confidently you’ll able to perform at the interview.