At least 30 minutes before - this should give you some time to settle down and relax
They won't be expecting you right on time - everyone knows how the traffic is these days
10-15 minutes before the interview - if something unpredictable happens you'll let them know as soon as you can
It's always recommended to choose a formal attire for interviews - it exhibits professionalism
You should always go with casual - it shows the interviewer you're a casual guy/gal and fun to go with
Wear anything you like - it's best to feel comfortable, plus it will show your true personality
Picture everybody naked - that always takes the edge off
Sit back, take a deep breath and relax
Initiate small talk with other candidates or people present in the office
Answer it and tell your friend everything about your interview so far
Leave it to ring and pretend that it isn't your phone
Apologise and turn your phone off without answering it
Your organisation has a great reputation
I read your website and loved the projects this company is working on
I spend so much time travelling and this job is nearer
I hate my line manager
I wish to develop my skills and experience by taking on new responsibilities
Where do you want me to start?
I am single and love partying hard
You talk about your recent achievements and interests relevant to the job
Endure an awkward silence which distracts you from thinking of an answer
Buy some thinking time by asking for a couple of seconds to consider your answer
Ask the interviewer if you can come back to that question later
What's your policy on sickness absence?
What salary are you planning to offer me if I accept the job?
Is there any training or development provided for new members of staff?
You add your interviewer on Facebook and send him a private message saying how much you would love to work at his company
You send a follow up email thanking the chance to be interviewed and reiterate your interest in the job
You never get in touch with them until they let you know their decision