Although a good interview should feel like a dialogue and not like a deposition, you should never find yourself interrupting the interviewer or talking over him or her. During your interview preparation take some time to literally visualize the interview and, in doing so, take care to visualize a scenario in which you carefully wait for the question to be asked. During the interview be extra mindful of any tendency you may have to answer the question you anticipated rather than the question that was asked.

Why You Should Visualize the Interview as an Attorney

By simply being mindful of the importance of listening, you will be much more likely to actually listen and answer the question that is asked.
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