Guys, Not looking for advice on interviews out of college. I have recently been contacted by a few warm leads on the client side that are interesting in bringing me in for an interview. I have not been grilled/interviewed for over 5 years so my technique is likely very rusty. Back when I was doing recruiting in college, the interviews focused on brain teasers/cases and some discussion about the resume. There were also those obnoxious "Tell me about a time....[where you worked on a problematic team/where you failed/where you resolved a conflict]" questions. Naturally every interview takes on its own personality and every interviewer is looking for something unique. Mid-career interviews, I assume, will focus more on what I've actually done at my previous job compared to what my "potential" is. My question is - how much of the b.s. "tell me about a time..." questions do I need to prepare for? My job experience is what it is, and as long as I brush up on what I've done and can speak intelligently to it, I think I will be fine on that front. I just don't know how much "bs interview prep" is necessary at this juncture in my career. Thanks.