11 Things to Do the Night Before an Interview (if You Want to Land the Job)

If you’ve ever spent the day (or more) before an interview, worrying about what could be and playing the “What if” game, then you are not alone. However, as Alyse Kalish, an Associate Editor for The Muse, writes in 11 Things to Do the Night Before an Interview (if You Want to Land the Job), there are many things you can do the night before to prepare for your interview and ease your worries.

  1. Lay Out Your Outfit
  2. Pack Your Bag
  3. Figure Out Where You’re Going and How You’re Getting There
  4. Review Answers to the Most Common Questions
  5. Research Your Interviewers
  6. Print Out Your Resume
  7. Plan Your Breakfast
  8. Prepare for the Worst
  9. Create a Cheat Sheet
  10. Set Your Alarm
  11. Get a Good Night’s Sleep

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By Mitch Lederman
Mitch Lederman Sr. Associate Director, Career Development & Coaching Mitch Lederman