After selecting the job I want to apply for and handing in the specification to be review, I decided to begin researching into the company and the specification I need to meet. Researching into a job gives you chance to understand where you are applying for and all the recorded data on the job. It also gives you chance to prepare for the type of questions you may be answer. When researching, start by entering the job you have applied for and the begin to look at the information that is in the specification. This will then led you to searching the profile of the company, the people who work for them and any other information about the place. Another thing is you can find more information about the person going to interview you and their status they hold.
For example: if you are applying for a photography assistance, you would begin to look at the specifications need. If it says you are required to have experience in a studio environment you could use your own experience but also talk about the research you did about the ethics, safety and environment aspects of the studio.