Prepare an interview that contains about 10-15 questions you are uncomfortable with or want to work on. The goal is to help you and you are the only one who knows what questions make you nervous, sweat, or break out in hives.
During the interview, ask your interviewer to make note of areas for you to improve. A sample Interview Scorecard is provided to show you all of the metrics that prospective employers will evaluate you on. Then determine where on the scale you fall between novice and expert and work to improve your specific areas of weakness.
Once the initial Mock Interview is complete and you have reviewed the Interview Scorecard, schedule a second Mock Interview to assess your improvement. You will need to create another interview scenario with an additional 15 questions. The purpose of the second interview is to understand how much progress you have made in the areas outlined in the documents above. If you have practiced in the right way, you should see a remarkable difference in your “before” interview and your “after” interview. If further improvements are needed, continue to define a specific plan.