Interviewing is both art and science. To be most successful, one must understand the process, prepare for known situations, and anticipate the next move.
An interview is much like a final examination. You are not prepared for this experience unless you have anticipated the questions. If you know the questions, you can prepare the appropriate responses. Listed below are typical interview questions. Write out responses for these questions. Written responses will force you to organize your thoughts and allow you to critique your replies.
Interview questions are divided into two groups: Behavioral and Taditional.
NOTE: For major or industry specific interview questions do a web search for the position you are seeking followed by interview questions (ie. graphic design interview questions)