Nobody expects you to have an answer memorized for every question. However, you should think of stories or experiences in advance. That is the primary purpose of Ready Prep Interview. Find the position you are interviewing for and review the questions that may be asked of you. If there are questions that you are weak on, be prepared with positive answers.
Not every employer you interview with will be good at interviewing. The worst interviewers are the ones that do all the talking. They provide little opportunity for you to differentiate yourself. When this occurs, make sure you provide answers to some of the key interview questions even if you are not asked them. With some practice you can get good at this. Just don’t overdo it. Otherwise, you may be perceived as cocky and overconfident.
Make sure that you provide a brief explanation of your primary responsibilities and key accomplishments for each position. It is generally recommended that you share: