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Prospective employers will definitely want to see your work so don't forget to put together a portfolio showcasing some of your work and take it along to the interview. They will also ask you about your strengths as they pertain to this role. When replying, you must emphasize your precision skills and eye for detail. Your replies must convince the interviewer that you are the right applicant for the job. If you are looking for commonly asked questions so you can practice your answers, see those listed at Mock questions.