Every interview is different.
A good interviewer will tailor their questions to the company, the role, and to you.
They want to find out as quickly and as effectively as possible if you’re suitable for the job. And at the same time, you’re trying to figure out if the role is suitable for you.
There are a lot of interview questions that you will be asked again and again in job interviews.
These common interview questions come up often because they are so relevant to a range of jobs, companies and when working with people.
When you're asked an interview question, you need to be able to give well researched and well-thought-out answers.
When the same questions come up many times, it pays to be thoroughly prepared for them. Put the time and effort in beforehand, and you can come up with a handy list of questions you’re likely to be asked. And being prepared for a question is far better than trying to scramble for an answer on the spot.
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