Hello everyone,I have followed several of these example preparations for interviews myself over the years, and I think they have been pretty helpful. A good intuition on what questions to expect from the interviewer, along with pages of notes has allowed me to work through provide plenty of personal, elaborate answers to the questions.From there, I have developed some of my own tactics as well:1. Do most of the interviewing back outside of the interview. There's plenty of time before meeting with the company to research the reputation and history of a company, and afterwards to learn more about the people working there.2. Always take notes during the interview. This is to show and be focused on my end, because when I'm not receiving questions, I am receiving information.3. Have at least 3 questions to ask back. This is the company's chance to stand out to me, along with really getting to know the interviewer(s) before the next step in the interview process.