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11. Make Sure You Know the Location of the Interview and Arrive Early

Make sure you have the exact location of the job interview, including the address and any additional directions or instructions. Take some time to research the area and map your route in advance, considering traffic and potential delays. Do a trial run before the day of the interview to make sure you know exactly where you’re going.

It’s also important to factor in enough time to account for unexpected delays, such as traffic or construction. Arriving late to an interview can create a negative first impression, so plan to arrive early. This can also give you time to collect yourself, review your notes, and mentally prepare for the interview.

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