Behavioral/situational interview questions can be slightly tricky to answer. Use our article resources on the topic to get prepped for these types of interview questions.
Describe a Time When You Put Your Needs Aside to Help a Co-Worker or Classmate Understand a Task
Give Two Examples of Things You've Done in Previous Jobs or School That Demonstrate Your Willingness to Work Hard
Give an Example of a Time in Which You had to Be Relatively Quick in Coming to a Decision
Describe a Situation in Which You Found That Your Results Were Not Up to Your Professor's or Supervisor's Expectations. What Happened? What Action Did You Take?
Give an Example of How You Applied Knowledge From Previous Coursework to a Project in Another Class
Describe a Situation in Which You Had to Arrive at a Compromise or Guide Others to a Compromise
Give Me a Specific Example of a Time When a Co-worker or Classmate Criticized Your Work in Front of Others. How Did You Respond? How Has That Event Shaped the Way You Communicate With Others?
Give Me a Specific Example of a Time When You Sold Your Supervisor or Professor on an Idea or Concept. How Did You Proceed? What Was the Result?
Describe a Situation Where Others You Were Working With on a Project Disagreed With Your Ideas. What Did You Do?
Give Me a Specific Example of a Time When You Used Good Judgment and Logic in Solving a Problem
Give Me a Specific Occasion in Which You Conformed to a Policy With Which You Did Not Agree
Tell Me About a Time When You Had to Make a Decision- But Didn't Have All the Information Needed.