Going through the interview process can be a bit scary or anxiety-inducing. Whether you're interviewing for a summer internship, a work-study position on campus, or a full-time job after graduation, one way to ease your worry and succeed in an interview is to think about possible questions that may be asked, and practice and prepare your answers, so you're confident when you're sitting in your interview.
In this series of videos, we focus on some of the most common questions you may be asked in an interview and give some Do's and Don'ts when it comes to answering them.
Question Type #1: All About You Questions
All about you questions are questions that give you the opportunity to tell your interviewer all about you and your experience. This is a chance for you to sell yourself, and show the interviewer(s) that you would thrive in the role.
Question Type #2: Story-Telling Questions
Story-telling questions are questions that give you the opportunity to show your interviewer that you have the experiences and skills to do the job by telling stories and explaining situations that you have worked through in the past.
Question Type #3: Position-Specific Questions
Position-specific questions are questions that give you the opportunity to show your interest in the company you are interviewing with, the specific position you are interviewing for, and why you'd be the perfect fit!