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One of the first questions you are likely to be asked at the interview will be concerning your experience. Doing an internship will help you gain the necessary work experience and become more familiar with all the tasks involved so you can answer all job-related questions more confidently. You can find several more questions listed at Mock Questions. As part of your interview preparation, it is a good idea to go through these questions and think about you will answer them.