Arrive early to suss out the competition and show you're keen – if you get there late you will be remembered for all the wrong reasons.
4. You're on
Be courteous and attentive as soon as you arrive – don't forget you're being observed from the minute you walk into the room.
5. No distractions
Turn your phone off – just imagine all those eyes staring at you. You'll want to crawl into a hole if it rings and everyone stares at you.
6. Turn up the charm
During group activities be cooperative, attentive and encouraging – sulking or bossing people around is a big no-no.
7. Class participation
Participate wherever possible and put your hand up to answer questions – don't be shy; you will probably never see the other applicants again so if you make a fool of yourself, who cares?
8. Don't be a wallflower
In a group interview setting, you don't have to worry too much about hogging the interviewer's time, so don't be afraid to stand out! Talk about your attributes – going along with the crowd is suicide in a group interview.
9. Ask questions
Develop a rapport with the interviewer by asking questions – but steer clear of aggressive questions about pay or overtime.
10. Be you
Relax! Let your personality shine through – the interviewer wants someone who can fit in, not a worry-wart or stress head.