Popular formats for interview questions are situational and behavioral style. Even the most qualified candidates can get stumped. Use the S.T.A.R. method to prepare for your next interview.

S – Situation: Describe a situation you dealt with as it relates to their question. Be specific and brief. 

T – Task: What was your specific role in the situation? Increasing sales? Managing deadlines?

A – Action: Briefly explain the action you took to address challenges and overcome obstacles.

R – Results: Explain the outcome, and what you learned.

Remember the S.T.A.R. acronym and be prepared. Tell your story concisely and persuasively.

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