Interview Questions You Need to Practice

“The difference between ordinary
and extraordinary is practice.”

                                                                                                                     – Vladimir Horowitz

Below are questions that I’ve practiced prior to interviewing. Even though a potential employer may not ask you these exact questions, taking the time to have well thought out responses will significantly help during the interview process.

I recommend downloading the questions and typing 3 to 4 sentences for each one. Review/practice your responses a couple of times before going into your interview. You will be less likely to stumble over finding responses to similar questions and will feel way more prepared.


1.) Tell me about yourself.

2.) When was the last time you had to problem solve?

3.) What was your most successful team moment?

4.) Using S.T.A.R., explain when you worked in a group, what you encountered, your task, the goal, and the outcome.

5.) What are 3 things that make you a good candidate?

6.) Why are you a good fit for this job?

7.) Why do you want to work at [company]?

8.) Describe a time you had a group conflict?

9.) What are your strengths and weaknesses?

10.) Do you like your current/previous job and why do you want to leave?


To download the questions with my responses and recommended answers for a handful of these questions, please click here.

Also, if you have any questions about your big day please comment below or message me. I’d love to hear from you!

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