There is a lot of information out there that can help you with the questions companies ask. However, the questions will vary from company to company. There is no "hard-and-fast" rule on what will be asked.
Most interviewers will ask you to tell a little about yourself. Believe me, they do not want to know when you were born or grew up or who your friends are. They are not looking for personal information. They are looking to see if your education/work background fits in with what they are looking for (see the job description for that). They also want to know that you'll fit in with their company culture. A conservative bank would shy away from a liberal activist and such. So, before your interview, do your research to see if you do fit the company culture. You can find most of that information online at the company's website.
Don't assume you know what they are asking. If you are unsure what the question is looking for, ask. Most companies like people who ask questions(as long as you don't question everything).
Be relaxed and most importantly, be yourself. Remember,you're interviewing them at the same time. Instead of next steps, I am putting a few "do's and don't's" for you.I hope they help.
Douglas recommends the following next steps:
- Arrive early, but not earlier than 15 minutes.
- Sit up straight and smile comfortably.
- Have copies of your resume, just in case they ask.
- Never chew gum in the interview. I've seen this and it is ugly and distracting.
- If they ask if you have questions, have at least one. You want to look interested in them.