Aug 13, 2018 - 06:38 AM
Behavioral questions often revolve around things you have done in past positions. Hiring managers may ask how you use logic to solve problems or how you handled team conflicts. You then use examples of what you did in the past to answer the question.
As you prepare for the interview, you want to practice answering behavioral questions. Using the STAR method can give you a leg up. This technique helps you frame your answer. First, you point out a situation or task. Then, you describe an action you took. Finally, you explain the results.
Because behavioral questions may pose a challenge to jobseekers, you should practice answering this type of inquiry. Work with a friend to craft answers to commonly asked questions. The more you practice using the STAR method the easier it will be for you to answer questions you didn't prepare for.