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When you’ve got a job interview coming up, good preparation is essential. By planning and practicing your answers, you can boost your confidence and increase your chances of getting the outcome you want.
Interviewers want to hear about your career history, your attributes and skills, and how your competencies match those specific to the job. They also want to know whether you’re a good fit for their team. The more accurately you can predict their questions, the better you can prepare the most persuasive answers.
But how do you know in advance what you’ll be asked?
The good news is that interviews tend to follow a common pattern. And most of them use very similar questions. By understanding why interviewers follow some classic lines of inquiry, you can prepare the best possible responses, and have plenty of great examples ready to use.
We’ve created this resource to help you to get ready for your next interview. It lists the 50 most-asked interview questions, along with advice about preparing great answers for all of them. You can read them all, or click on a particular question from the list on the following pages to jump straight to it.
Some of the questions that you’re asked in your interview may be phrased differently to the ones we’ve provided. And you should always be ready to be asked about specific aspects of the role. But, if you invest time in crafting strong answers to all of the questions here, you’ll be ready to perform confidently and convincingly in every interview that you face.