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  1. I think the most important thing is to be yourself and be confident. Know your resume inside out and be able to know when to integrate personal experiences that highlight what would make you good at being whatever you are there interviewing for. I think creating a group with 4+ individuals who are also interviewing (that you may not be that close with) and practising with them every day or so on different questions will make the day of the interview go much smoother. Setting up mock MMIs with the same time frame is key. Obviously what you say in your answers is important but what you should stress practising more is your delivery and staying calm- smile and show them that you are excited to be there.
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