How to analyze yourself after an interview?

after an interview

You have attended an interview and you are confident that you win your dream job soon. Analyze yourself for each interview and do well in forth coming interviews. Winning a dream job need to attend many rounds of interview by different departments and final round may finalize the employee for their choice. Same questions will be asked in many interviews and candidates need to answer all the personal interview questions with more patience and it will be an advantage to prove you in front of an interviewer.
Once you finish each round then you should analyze that how you could answer the questions and how the interviewer felt about that. When you conduct a formal cross examination session about the interview with yourself, you are most likely to learn about the mistakes you made during the interview session. This will help you to find out the errors and rectify them in further rounds. Below questions are collected to answer yourself as an interview guide:

Questions about the interview preparation:
How did you prepare for the interview?
How did you manage to gather maximum information possible about the company, the job, the industry and the interviewer?
How did you perform search about the company and what was their latest news?
How did you know about the organization?
Did you know the challenges that the company may be coming across in the market?

About your interview actions:
Are you reached the venue at least five minutes before the scheduled time of the interview?
Are you in professional attire and carry all the necessary things with you?
Is your body language up to the mark?
How did you manage to engage the interviewer in an interesting conversation?
How did you manage to reveal your keenness for the job effectively to the interviewer?

About the interview questions
How did you forecast most of the interview questions that came your way?
Is there any particular interview question take you by surprise?
Are you confident in front of the interviewer?

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