In school we had study guides, practices tests, and quizzes before the big test. In the real world, the big test is a job interview. What have you done to prepare? Here are a couple of suggestions of my own personal opinion of what a great intreview covers:
Dress professionally, "First impressions are a lasting impression"
Be on-time, and by on-time I mean early. On-time is late.
Greet everyone in the office with a smile and firm handshake, never dismiss an opportunity to make a good impression.
Sit-up and speak with confidence, no one else will speak for yourself.
With each question use a different experience or specific example, we like to see people that are well rounded and can handle many situations.
Try to stick to professional experiences, but don't sell yourself short if you think you have other strong experiences.
Come prepared with any questions you may have, if you are asked.
Leave the best way to be contact with the interviewer. If you get the job, you want to know.
You are trying to sell yourself! Do you want to sell the junk truck or the Prosche?
Be yourself, and if you don't get the job don't just give up. There are other companies and even positions.
Look to the link for more advice and practice questions for the BIG TEST!