Interviewing Workshop - Before the Interview
Behavioral vs Traditional Interviewing
Prepare for Both the Traditional and Behavioral Interview
Questions deal with hypothetical situations "What would you do if ....?" and generally include questions such as "Tell us about yourself" or "What did you do in your position with XYZ Corporation?"
A technique used by employers in which the questions asked assist the employer in making predictions about a potential employee's future success based on past behaviors. These question deal with real life examples. "Tell us about a time when you had a conflict with a co-worker and how you resolved it."
Examples of behavioral interviewing questions
You must practice your responses to interview questions. It is unwise to go to any interview without spending considerable time thinking about how you will respond to questions. A search on the internet will produce a wealth of sample questions and there are numerous books available in Career & Counseling Services containing interview questions.
Mock Interview Nights
GlassDoor.com: Interview questions for specific types of jobs