If I've sent you to an interview, you've probably heard me say, "just be yourself" a million times but I honestly believe that being yourself is the key to a successful job interview.
If the person interviewing you has done their research (and, let's face it, thanks to the internet there are plenty of places to look!), then they already know you have a degree; have worked for 10 years; and you like cricket. What they don't know is what you are like as a person, how you communicate and how you present yourself. What they want to see is that they can spend eight hours a day with you but without wanting to punch you in the face!
This article provides some great tips and brings back memories of some of the worst interviews I've been a part of. Have a read!
Keep in mind that interviewers want to see the real you and how you react under pressure. By remaining honest but polite, and by appearing composed during the meeting, you'll highlight your strengths and ability to work well as part of a team, even in trying situations.