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Hey everybody, down Gorge of it here. In this video, I'm going to show you the formula for answering behavioral questions. I'll break it apart and give you all the strategies you need to implement the formula. Additionally, I'll provide a couple of examples to show you how it's done. Sound like a good plan? Let's get started. Let's talk about how to answer behavioral interview questions using the STAR formula. STAR stands for situation, task, action, and result. The first step is to describe a work-related situation or task you needed to accomplish. Be concise. Next, describe the action you took. Don't talk about what you might or would do. Tell them what you did. Finally, describe the result. What did you accomplish? What did you learn? How much time or money did you save? Most importantly, did your results solve the problem described in step one? That's the formula for answering any behavioral question. Behavioral or competency-based interviews are a set of questions that ask you to talk about examples from your past work experience. It helps interviewers determine your strengths. They focus on three parts: the problem, the action, and the result of your answer. Interviewers take notes on how you answer the question. You don't have to talk about all three parts in order. It's best to talk about the part the interviewer is most interested in. Before your interview, think about your stories and experiences and how to make your point. Here are some strategies you can use for your next interview: 1. Carefully listen to your interviewer and the questions they ask. Let them finish asking the question and don't jump to conclusions about how to answer. You can even repeat the question back to get a better feel for it. 2. Choose language specific to your...