Navigate the fair on your own so that you can focus on the employers and show your independence;
Prioritize your interested companies. Practice your interaction with other companies first before you approach your top choices;
Keep in mind the first impression begins with the moment you approach employers. Greet them when you approach the recruitment booths. They may become your interviewers or even bosses in the near future;
Briefly introduce yourself confidently (for example, name, year of study, faculty, major, career interest, strengths, etc.) before you ask questions;
Ask relevant questions, avoid common and salary questions;
Respond to employers’ questions with confidence and sense;
Make good eye contact with employers. Use body language to convey confidence;
Ask for employers’ contact politely for your follow up.