Interview questions provide you with the opportunity to highlight your skills, personal attributes and accomplishments and to show how they transfer to the requirements of the job for which you are applying. The following examples illustrate the various ways employers structure questions to draw out specific information about you.
This type of questioning calls for you to talk about your assets in terms of the qualities that you have that will benefit their organization and meet the qualifications of the position.
This type of questioning is looking primarily to identify your problem solving skills by calling on you to imagine a potential situation.
This type of questioning asks you to describe a real situation to illustrate how you actually performed in a specific related circumstance. This approach is based on the perspective that your past performance is the best indicator of how you will perform in the future.