Employers are increasingly incorporating behavior-based and situation-based questions in job interviews.
Behavior-based means that the interviewer asks you to describe how you responded when you faced an actual situation.
Situation-based questions ask you to imagine a situation and describe how you would act, what you would do, if that occurred.
Be prepared to answer this types of behavior-based and situation-based questions:
SOURCE: Adapted from Caryl and Ron Krannich, Ph.D.s, The Ex-Offender's Job Interview Guide (Manassas Park: Impact Publications), page 58. Copyright 2009. All rights reserved.