Avoid the ‘uh’ moment
The worst thing that could happen in the interview is blanking out to a question, or saying ‘Uh' or ‘Um' repeatedly. Behavioural and technical questions are common in a job interview. Moreover, according to the ‘Hiring Practices in the MENA' poll, 52% of companies in the MENA region provide training for everyone involved in the hiring process, so you should do an in-depth analysis of all the technical aspects of the job. Practice on answers and revisit your CV and make sure it conveys all your key skills and experience relevant to the job that you are being interviewed for. After doing this, you can chalk out all the typical questions that may be asked during the interview.