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As you can see, it makes good sense to practice answering interview questions and to review sample answers. The more you practice, the more comfortable you'll be during the interview. Here's more on practice interviews and practice interview tips so you can get ready to ace your interviews and here' s a list of practice interview questions, plus sample answers.
Even though our list of common interview questions is quite long, I'm always interested in adding to our list of interview questions, so if you've been asked some difficult interview questions that you don't see here, please let me know.
On a related note, there are some questions that are usually referred to as illegal interview questions and although it's legally-risky to do so, it is not necessarily against the law for interviewers to ask them. Here's more information on illegal interview questions and what employers shouldn't be asking job applicants.
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