You can never be too prepared for a job interview. Doing the all the right things before the big day can still leave room for surprises, especially if your interviewers have a few tricky questions up their sleeves.
While some hiring managers prefer to call them "advanced" interview questions, job candidates view them as "annoying" or "frustrating," often because they are poorly worded, have no right or wrong answer or just seem irrelevant. Whatever the reason, chances are that you'll get caught in one.
Here are seven examples of the most annoying — and commonly asked — interview questions, along with tips on how to answer them with ease and intelligence.