Css Interview: Do’s & Don’ts

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  • Dress professionally. Your personal cleanliness must be immaculate.
  • Greet the panel with a smile. Maintain smiling face during  the interview.
  • Be thorough in your answers, while being brief in your wording.
  • Illustrate your answer instead of saying mere ‘yes’ or ‘no’.
  • Be concise and to the point.
  • Keep your posture straight.
  • Use relevant and formal vocabulary.

  • Think (of answer) before you speak.
  • Keep eye contact with the interviewer.
  • Give a glance / gaze to all members while giving relatively longer answer.
  • Keep your tone polite and courteous.
  • Keep your volume fairly audible.
  • Use corresponding gestures while speaking.
  • Keep feet flat on floor. It will make you look stable in chair.
  • Sit still in your seat.
  • Ask for clarification from the interviewer, if you don’t understand a question.
  • Use your own experiences to answer the questions
  • Show passion and enthusiasm for the group you have prioritize at Top.


  • Don’t be over- or under-confident during interview.
  • Don’t be apologetic or arrogant.
  • Don’t  fidget  your  body  or  hands. 
  • Don’t bring wrinkles on forehead. It reflects tension.
  • Don’t cross or drum your fingers. It shows disinterest.
  • Don’t look at ceiling or floor. It reflects that you are not prepared well.
  • Don’t interrupt the interviewer while (s)he is asking a question or making a comment. It’s annoying.
  • Don’t speak too long. It bores the interviewer.
  • Don’t laugh even if panel laughs on any of your answer. It’s discourteous.
  • Avoid answering in simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’. It seems a bit arrogant and carefree.
  • Don’t bend your body forward or back.
  • Don’t move your hands above your lower end of sternum while making gestures.
  • Don’t repeat sentences or words in your  answers.
  • Don’t cross your legs.
  • Don’t clutch or clasp hands.
  • Don’t tell lies. Interviewer can see through.
  • Don’t rest your hands on arms rest of chair.
  • Don’t shiver or quiver your limbs or feet.
  • Don’t be complacent or adamant on a point, if pointed out otherwise by the panel.
  • Don’t be biased in opinions. It hurts objectivity in judgement.
  • Don’t question the interviewer.

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