It is really very hard to give advice on what type of questions one should prepare for during an interview process. Every company is going to differ from the next in their hiring practices, and every interviewer will differ in the type and degree of difficulty they place on interview questions. I have seen interview processes range from formal written apptitude tests for potential candidates, panel interviews with many people grilling you on various topics to something as simple as a meeting with the HR person.
My best advice is relax, look your interviewer in the eye, speak clearly and answer any question presented, personal or technical, to the best of your ability. Be honest and straight forward about your skill set during the process. You certainly don’t want to sound like a fool should you get flustered and start confusing things you’ve read from a book the night before, nor do you want to over state your skill set and get in way over your head should you land a job on false pretensis.
That being put on your best suit, take a deep breath and…