One of the main things that I learnt from the interview process was that there is important role played by eye contact and body language when either conducting an Interview as an interviewer or by being a part of the Interview as an Interviewee. I was unable to keep appropriate eye contact throughout the interview process and therefore I understood that eye contact is essential as it shows the card of confidence (Patton, 2002). The main feature of eye contact lies in helping reveal the true feeling and depicting real emotions as well. Furthermore, eyes also reveal that a person is properly focused and has complete attention on the interview process. Better eye contact throughout the Interview is possible through practicing how eye contacts can be made with families and close relatives. This in turn develops a scenario of non-pressurizing nature where one can practice the skills with those who I am very comfortable with. Furthermore, I acknowledged that an Interview process is incomplete with inadequate Interview questions and these have to be appropriate because without them not much alignment will be possible between the interview questions and the responses.