You've aced "Tell me about yourself." You're cool as a cucumber when asked, "Why do you want to work here?" And you laugh in the face of "What are your biggest strengths and weaknesses?" You're way past Interviewing 101, but there's a tricky subset of questions that you may not have mastered yet: behavioral questions.
Behavioral interview questions require you to pull a specific moment from your work history to explain and expand on, and they can be one of the hardest ones to tackle — interview questions are tough enough, but coming up with an example on the spot makes it all the more difficult.
To give you a head start, we pulled out a handful of behavioral interview questions from our list of the top 50 most common interview questions. Get ahead of the game by learning how to answer them and preparing anecdotes in advance!