It's difficult to guess the questions you may face at interview, but developing a bank of well evidenced examples of your achievements and experience can provide transferable responses for a multitude of questions.
Some typical Interview questions include:
• Tell me about yourself
• How would your friends describe you?
• Tell me about time you were part of a team, what was your role, what would you do differently next time?
• Describe a challenge you have faced, what was it, how did you cope?
• How would you persuade someone to your point of view?
• Why should we take you?
• Do you understand the job and how motivated are you?
• What do you think the challenges will be in this post?
• Who else have you applied to?
• Where do you see yourself in five years’ time?
• Do you understand what we do?
• What attracted you to applying to us?
• Who do you think our main competitors are?
• What challenges do you think we will be facing in the next five years?
Using STAR to structure
If you are asked competency-based questions, you can use STAR to compose your answer:
• Situation: Describe the situation.
• Task: Describe the task that was required of you.
• Action: Tell the interviewer what action you took.
• Result: Conclude by describing the result of that action
Read more on interview questions and techniques.