Now that you have learned some grooming and dress code best practices (read How to control the First Impression in MBA Admission Interview from our Interview Guide), let us look at the correct posture for your interview.
Often, after the initial introduction, MBA candidates tend to relax and slouch in the chair. Consciously make sure that you don’t do this. It not only reflects your attitude towards the interview but would also impact how you sound.
6 MBA Admission Interview Posture Tips
1) Stand Up straight while greeting the interviewer: Chest out and stomach in, and you will naturally be in that position.
2) Back against the chair: The best way to avoid slouching in the chair is to make sure that your back touches the backrest and makes a 60-degree angle.
3) Leaning Forward: The 60-Degree angle ensures that you are leaning forward for the conversation. It shows readiness and genuine interest in the interaction.
4) Watch your Hands: The first non-verbal cue that the interviewer looks for is the position of the hands after a tough question. Don’t cross it and...