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Your closing is the last face to face opportunity you have to make a compelling argument that you are the best candidate for the job.  Listed below are a few of the possible interview questions that you may be asked in the interview.  Review each interview question below to prepare yourself for the interview.

Review these critical interview tips before your interview:

You have the experience and skills.  Now put it all together and get the edge in the job interview with the Complete Interview Guide Answer questions naturally without sounding rehearsed and build confidence for the interview.

  • Learn how to practice right for the interview.

  • Good or bad?  I wish, I think, I feel.

  • How can hand gestures improve your interview performance?

  • Why are mock interviews important?  Why isn't one mock interview enough?

  • Why you shouldn't use limiting words such as "only" or "just"?


  • Answers to the toughest interview situations - follow-up letters, illegal questions, salary, job history questions and more!

  • How to answer and how not to answer

  • Questions to ask the interviewers

  • What should you do the day of the interview?

  • Identify possible interview questions

Job Interview Questions

Notice how small changes in the interview questions will change your answer.  Possible follow-up questions are noted with a bullet.  Use our mock interviews based on actual job listings and interviews for more interview practice:  

  1. Do you have anything to add?
    Summarize by emphasizing your qualifications as they apply to this job.  Also, cover anything that you missed from your opening.

  2. Is there anything you’d like to address?

  3. Have we missed something that you’d like to add?

  4. Do you have any questions?
    Ideas on questions to ask.

  5. Do you have any closing comments?

A detailed answer and analysis of a tough interview question from Matt & Nan DeLuca, authors of the best selling "Best Answers to the 201 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions" and "More Best Answers to the 201 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions"

What can you add to what we have already asked you that should make us want to hire you?

Think grocery shopping...all those brands in the soap aisle begging for your attention.  Each one comes with its own key selling points.

Remember the comics, Superman?  On TV, he sold himself...stronger than a locomotive, faster than a speeding bullet, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.

What are your key selling points?  Plan this out ahead of time for the next interview...or include in a thank you letter for this past interview.   Think a 1 minute infomercial about yourself.  What are your core strengths?   Is it communicating with children, being a mentor to other teachers, being able to keep topics current and interesting. . . 

More possible interview questions along with follow-up interview questions for all interview key words are available in our Complete Interview Guide along with answers to the toughest interview questions and interview situations.


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