A job interview is stressful for everyone. If you happen to be an introvert, it can be a really nerve-wracking experience. You have studied hard, you probably have gained some experience, and now you really want to get that job you've applied for.
The first steps of the job selection usually involve sending out your CV together with a covering letter. In some instances, you may be required to undertake a test specifically designed for the job you are applying for. Until this point, you don't have to meet the interviewer face to face, and you have time to prepare your best possible job application.
Once you get selected for an interview, here comes the hard part. How do you approach it to get the best possible outcome (which is landing the job)?
Here's some practical advice on what to do before and during the interview:
The bottom line is: a job interview is a great opportunity, no matter if you get the job or not. If you are successful, good on you! But even if you get rejected, and this could happen for a number of reasons, you'll be able to "practice" and have more chances in your future interviews.