1.Dress in a business attire/business suit.
2.Don’t ask about money and salary the first time you meet your interviewer. At one point, I became an interviewer. If somebody asked me right away about money the first time I meet her, and she is not even hired yet, it’s a big turn off for me! Sure everybody needs to earn a living, but please don’t just focus on that, you’ll find out eventually.
3.You can find out from the interviewer about their orientation program. If it appears too short for you, you can discuss/ with request an extension from you manager after you have been hired.
4.Make sure you have an intelligent question to ask when she asks you if you have any questions to ask her.
5.Unless she gave you an offer on the spot, consider that you are trying to impress the interviewer at that point. She didn’t hire you yet so don’t like an employee asking for benefits, overtime, when you can take time off, and stuff like that.