How does your prior education and experience qualify you for this position?
OK answer: I am qualified for this position because I have the skills you need and the experience to back it up. Better answer: I believe I am the most qualified for the job because I have completed 15 years in this field. I’ve been volunteering in order to keep my skills current.
How have you prepared for this position?
Highlight your skills and talents to show that you are ready to accomplish great things. Discuss your work ethic and ability to accomplish tasks efficiently. Talk about the courses and training you have had that helped you to better perform your job. Show how your personal experiences make you a better employee.
What do you want employers to know about your education experience?
Here are some general tips for discussing your education during an interview: Keep it relevant and recent. Highlight aspects of your education that relate to the job and company at hand. Likewise, recent events are more applicable, so stay away from anecdotes about high school.
How do you describe someone with a lot of experience?
Some possibilities include: professional, expert, seasoned, knowledgeable, proficient or simply experienced. In your case I would go with ‘seasoned’ as it forms a neat collocation: a person who has had long experience in a particular field.
How can you describe your experience in one word?
Here are some adjectives for experience: considerable amatory, good angelic, exciting and terminal, immensely exciting and terminal, amazing and rewarding, bleak, arctic, more instructional, medical and ordinary, anxious actual, wonderful and scary, entire awful, terrifying and oppressive, incredibly intimate and …