Hypothetical Questions

Hypothetical Questions are scenario based 


State the problem, solution and benefit of your actions. Your answers need to either acknowledge the problem or state the adversity you face first. This enables you to fully explain the solution to fix the problem and how your solution can positively impact the company.



Connect the action so a similar experience. Match your experience with each of the three steps listed earlier. The experiences from the problem stage to the benefits of the solution make it clear that you're involved with all stages of the question.



Clarify and ask questions if you need more context to answer the question. Always follow up with the interviewer if you're initially confused about the hypothetical question. Getting clarification makes it easier for you to process it and identify how they're expecting you to answer it. Be sure you leave an actionable response that can grow the company you're interviewing with.