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Keeping control of facial expressions is the most difficult art to master - hence the practice in front of a mirror. Try to nod occasionally while the questions are being asked, but avoid doing a "nodding dog" impression. Keep your chin up and try to look either at the desk or at the interviewer. Never look at the point just above the interviewer's head - it will make him or her nervous.