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"How can I prepare for an urgent job interview at the last minute?"

**Research suggests** that 60% of hiring managers make up their minds about a candidate within the first 10 minutes of an interview, making first impressions crucial.

Your body language can negatively impact your chances of getting hired, with a **93% of non-verbal cues** influencing the interviewer's perception of you.

**Common interview questions** like "Why do you want to work for this company?" are often intended to test your preparation and enthusiasm, rather than your skills.

**According to a Glassdoor survey**, the average job interview process takes around 23 days, but preparation can significantly reduce this time frame.

**60% of interviewers** report that candidates who ask questions during an interview are more likely to get hired, as it shows interest in the company.

**The power of positive thinking** can significantly impact your interview performance, with a positive attitude increasing your chances of getting hired by 30%.

**Studies have shown** that the way you dress can affect your confidence and performance during an interview, with formal attire boosting self-assurance.

**A survey by CareerBuilder** found that 58% of employers have caught lies on resumes, highlighting the importance of honesty in your application materials.

**The 10-minute rule** suggests that if you can't find information about the company within 10 minutes of research, you're unlikely to care about the company's success.

**Last-minute prep** can still be effective, as a 30-minute review of the job description and company information can increase your chances of acing the interview.

**Using numbers and statistics** in your interview answers can increase the perceived value of your skills and experiences.

**A Harvard Business Review study** found that 10% of interviewers make their hiring decisions based on the candidate's personality, rather than skills.

**Rescheduling an interview** at the last minute can be seen as a red flag, but apologizing and providing a valid reason can mitigate the negative impact.

**Situational interview questions** are designed to assess your problem-solving skills and behavior in hypothetical scenarios, rather than your resume or experience.

**The STAR method** ( Situation, Task, Action, Result) can help you structure your answers to behavioral interview questions and improve your chances of acing the interview.

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