Five Questions That You Will Always Be Asked In A Behavioral Interview And How To Answer Them

Jennifer L'Estrange
April 1, 2022

Jen L’Estrange’s article was recently published in Agent Entrepreneur. She gives common questions candidates are asked during behavioral interviews, and gives insight onto why the interviewer is asking those specific questions.

Unlike traditional interview questions that focus on asking questions about your work history along with theoretical questions that present a scenario or question to solve, behavioral interview questions are structured by asking candidates to give specific examples of these experiences: what happened, what you did about it and what was the outcome.

Jen L’Estrange

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