Give me an example of a problem you encountered and explain how you solved it.
Be logical. State the problem and then illustrate the step-by-step procedure you used to correct it.
Where do you see yourself in three years?
Tell the interviewer that you hope to be with the company in whatever capacity you can make the greatest contribution, based on the skills and experiences you have gained over the course of the preceding three years.
Describe an experience in which you worked as a part of a team.
Being able to both contribute to and lead a team are very important qualities. Give this question serious consideration and develop answers for both situations.
If you could be an animal, which would it be and why?
This is not a trick question. You may be asked questions that seem ridiculous or out of place. The interviewer is trying to see if you can think on your feet.
What was the last book you read?
This is intended to see if you remain current in your field and/or read for self-improvement. Think of (and read) a book that relates to your business or contributes to your personal growth.
Do you have any questions for me?
This is a question you can always anticipate. Moreover, as a result of your research, you should always have several good job and/or company specific questions to ask. Again it shows you are prepared.