Surviving a job interview ultimately depends on the amount of work you put into preparing for it. The more prepared you are, the more likely you are to have a successful interview.
Interviewers want to know that you are interested in the position you are applying for. Before you come to the interview, prepare a few questions about the company or position that you may ask the interviewer when she asks if you have any questions.
Be enthusiastic throughout the job interview. Employers want to hire people who are excited about the tasks ahead of them. If you don't appear enthused, an employer might be less-than-enthused about hiring you.
Remember that the interviewer wants to like you. Rarely does an organization hold job interviews with people unless they are sincerely considering hiring them. Keeping the mindset that the interviewer wants you to be successful will help ease nerves and allow you to relax.
Be positive about your strengths and don't dwell on your weaknesses. An interviewer might ask you about something you don't know much about. The skills or areas you are weak in may not be absolutely essential to your job. Point out how your strengths would be advantageous to the company.