I just had an interview for a research position and felt it didn't go very well at all. I was the one of the only first-years there and felt very intimidated by the whole process. I think my biggest obstacle was saying everything I wanted to say in the few minutes they gave us (each interview was a mere 5-6 minutes!). Also, I've always had trouble with the infamous, "What's your greatest fault" question - I hope my adlib response flies with them. In any case, I'm sure many of you have a lot of (positive) experience with interviewing so please share your wisdom! What works, what doesn't? What are things to do, things not to do? Thanks!!