Know Your Resume
This may seem like an obvious one, but you should be aware of what is on your resume. After all, the interviewer will be asking you questions about it during the call. You can even have it in front of you since they will not be able to see you!
Keep Your Cover Letter Close By
In addition to your resume, the interviewer could also refer to your cover letter. Since cover letters are usually customized for a particular job description, it is a good idea to have that on hand as well. Cover letters should be used as a guideline as opposed to reading it aloud verbatim.
Ask Important Questions
Nothing is worse than an interviewer asking if you have any questions for them and saying no. It implies that you have not thought thoroughly about the position or you did not do research on the company. To avoid this, write out at least three important questions on a sheet of paper prior to the call.
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