- Why did you study XX at school / college / university?
- Where do you see yourself in five years?
- How do you respond to working under pressure?
- Do you like to work in a team or by yourself?
- What are you looking for in a company?
- How would you cope if you were asked to work late at short notice?
- What do you do in your spare time?
- Why do you want to leave your current position?
- How did you get on with your other colleagues?
- What appeals to you about this job?
- What do you think you will do if you do not get this job?
- What other jobs are you applying for and why those jobs?
- What makes you tick?
- What motivates you?
Remember that an interview isn't all about giving the right answers, in many cases there isn't a "right" answer. It's about presenting yourself in the most genuine and best way possible and showing that you can and know how to communicate and interact with people.
If at any time after the questions the interviewer has not asked you something that you feel is a specific strength and you feel is relevant to the position - as a suggestion you could say "perhaps to get to know me a little bit better I could expand on - or explain about......." or "I feel I have specific experience in..............would it be helpful if I expended on that for you........." But don't overdo this and limit it to areas that are important.