I've managed to land a job interview for a medical lab assistant role, this Monday. I'm desperate to get this job, but I'm absolutely rubbish at job interviews! As an example of how rubbish I am: Interviewer - "so why did you drop out of college?" Me - ".....because I couldn't be bothered to get out of bed " I didn't get that job. So what I need is any advice available - good answers to common questions, good questions to ask, etc. The person spec is very basic, keyboard skills, communication skills, H&S awareness, flexible, punctual, neat & tidy appearance, sympathetic understanding nature, courteous... I have a basic background in science but I've been out of education and working in an office for the last 6-7 years - which I don't doubt they'll ask about. Now I don't doubt I 'could' get/do this job, I just need to get through the interview - something I've never managed to pull off due to brutal honesty and "umm...umm...umm...*shrug*" replies to questions. I have checked online sites with interview advice, sample questions etc, but I'm none the wiser If anyone here is tip top at job interviews, any advice would be appreciated! PS I have t3h d34dly f1u bug at the moment so trekking around the city for interview advice isn't an option.