Congratulations—you're in the door. Welcome to your potential work environment. This is where all of your research and practicing really come into play. You will need to communicate a good deal of information about your skills in a relatively short time. It might help to remember that not all of the pressure is on you. Your potential employer also wants to make a good impression on you. After all, the company is very interested in finding a candidate that will prove to be a good fit both culturally and from a performance standpoint. Nevertheless, you must be prepared for the types of questions you will be asked and the answers you will give.