Following are Do's for second interview：
* Do try to collect the business card of everyone you meet with. Keep a small notepad handy to write down names in case there is someone from whom you cannot get a card.
* Do listen for clues that get at the heart of what the employer seeks in the person hired for this position and key into the needs, concerns, issues, and problems that you would be expected to handle.
* Do remember that most of the guidelines that apply to first interviews also relate to second interviews.
* Some experts suggest that talking with company insiders is one of the most productive ways to prepare for a second interview.
* Look for opportunities to refresh yourself during the interview day. In the break you can splash some water on your face. Maintain your energy, confidence, and enthusiasm.
* A major reason for the second interview is so the employer can see how well you fit in with the company culture. Deploy your very best interpersonal communication skills. Remember one thing that second interview is also your opportunity to determine whether the company is a good fit for you.
* Do expect to be asked some of the same questions you were asked in the first interview, but some new ones as well. Second-interview questions may contain more questions on your personality, or they may be more targeted toward specific technical skills.
* Be sure you know exactly where it is and how long it takes to get there.
* Remember one thing that second interview will involve more preparation, more people, more questions, more intensity, and more pressure.
* In the second interview, they may ask behavioral questions, which are commonly asked in second interviews.
* You have to prepare lots of questions to ask. You will likely have more opportunity to ask questions in the second interview.
* Do get a feel for what second interviews are like. The University of Kent in the UK offers write-ups that describe second and subsequent interviews at numerous major, international companies.
* If you do not receive an offer, ask about the next step in the process.
10. Observe carefully 仔细观察
You have to consider your own comfort with the job and organization. Each department or company has a "climate". So you have to observe the climate very carefully. You may ask some yourself following questions about the work environment:
* What is the work environment like? Calm? Frantic? Stimulating?
* Do you feel comfortable, does it seem like somewhere you would like to work?
11. Ask for the job 要求被雇用
No one will give you job, unless you ask for it. Do not think that the interviewer knows that you want the job. Let him/her know that you want it.
12. Follow up 跟进
Follow up letter is also one important part of interview. After you return from your visit, write follow-up letters to your interviewers. If you interviewed with several individuals, plan to write individual thank-you letters.
13. Make each interview a learning experience
After the interview, write down what you have learned. Ask yourself following questions：
* Did I present my qualifications well? 我很好地展示了自己的技能吗？
* Did I talk too much? 我说得太多了吗?
* What can I do to improve my next interview? 对下一次面试要如何改善?
With the help of these questions, you can make plans to improve your skills.