I applied to my dream job without any real expectations. I believed I was or am under qualified for the job. Anyway, the recruiter disagrees she stated she would submit me at $X salary which is a $10,000 raise for me. In the same breath, she changed her mind and submitted me to the position for $5,000 more, due to my past work experience. That would be a $15,000 raise all-in-all. I got through the first interview with the recruiter fairly easily. I had expected it to go horribly wrong. It went well. I was in shock.The next step is going to be a phone interview with (hopefully) my direct supervisor. From there, I will meet with whomever, my potential supervisor. The supervisor in person. After that, I will meet with the departments VP before going in and having a final interview with some of the executives at which point I will receive an offer if things go well. Of course, they can send a rejection letter, but for some odd reason, i have a sixth sense that no matter what happens here, it may open doors for me. Have you ever had an interview process with an extensive interview process? How did it go? What did you learn from it? How can I ace the interviews? Constructive advice is welcomed!