There are two kinds of questions in a job interview: Core Questions and Categorical Questions. The latter is about specific information regarding your performance. The Core questions are essentially behavior and value questions that should afford you an opportunity to sell yourself.
Far too many applicants go to an interview with the mindset of just answering questions. That is a bad idea. It is reactive and it seldom works.
Go to the interview with a plan to sell the employer on how you can bring important value to their enterprise. Do your homework. Understand their needs and then connect your experience and your success to their challenges. Close the deal.
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