Aside from which, I would say that being myself is one strategy I also use in interviews, which means that I do not try to overtly build up myself in such a way that I might already be losing consistency in what I am saying. For me, it is important to be transparent with an interviewer and engage in a conversation you can confidently back up rather than bring up something you don’t have much knowledge on.
Lastly, I would say that accompanying anything you say with vigor and attitude is very important during interviews. This is because the energy and positivism you put in the way you speak and carry yourself will enable one to forget the jitters and actually spur one to own this opportunity to prove employers why you can be an asset for their company. Lacking emotions or conviction may make one look unsure of oneself which is one of the qualities that turn employees off.
In my observation on the strategy of my classmate that is similar to mine would be the fact that he makes sure he is not at all nervous during the interview by distracting himself with relaxing activities such as taking a fast run which calms people down. Also, this physical preparation is very helpful in establishing a cheerful and engaging way of conversing with the interviewer.
One element of my strategy that is different from my classmate is that he tries to practice his response to possible questions or scenarios in the interview so he would be prepared to answer them just in case it is brought up while I avoid it so I don’t worry too much and achieve a very natural conversation with the