A typical question at the end of an interview is, “Why do you think you are the best qualified person for the position?” Or they may provide you an opportunity to summarize. You should always be ready for this type of question. Based on what you have learned in the interview and the information you gathered about the position and organization; highlight at least your top 5 characteristics, traits, skills or experiences that make you a good fit for the position. For example, if a Master’s degree was preferred and you have one, then stress that because it shows you have more than the minimum requirements.
You must demonstrate your enthusiasm for the position and real interest. Do this throughout the interview, of course, but at the end of the interview make sure you state that you are really interested and excited about the opportunity. When an employer has a choice between two candidates who have the same experience and knowledge, they will select the candidate who is enthusiastic over the quiet candidate. If you are shy or nervous, pump yourself up for the interview so you can show your confidence and excitement.