While knowing your resume, researching the company, and practicing common interview questions are important in preparing for an interview, they aren't all that counts. What you wear, how you communicate, and the questions you are prepared to ask your interviewer all matter as well. 

Learn how to make the best first impression and build rapport.  

It helps to know general interview questions and themes. The more you know, the more prepared you will be. Check out this list of top interview questions and start practicing.

Asking the right questions is important because you can confirm if you are the right candidate for the position, and if this is an organization that you want to work for. Don't overlook this crucial opportunity to learn if the job is really right for you. 

The on-site visit is your opportunity to "close" the deal. Remember, your major task is to convince the employer that you are the best fit for the job and that you are genuinely interested in the organization, the products and services, the clients, and everything that comes with the position.