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In particular, listen to the intent of the question. What is it that the interviewer really wants to know? For example, let's look again at Leslie's example in Ace #17. Leslie thought about the intent of "tell me about yourself" and realized that the interviewer was referring to job related aspects of Leslie, particularly those which could be reasons to offer her a job. A discussion of Leslie's family, hobbies, golf handicap would address the literal sense of the question, but not its intent. Know how many parts there are to the question.