Some interviews are pretty conversational. Like hte interviewer starts off with small talk instead of asking you the generic questions. For example, weather, traveling to the city, sports, movies, etc. Now, the weird thing about these free flowing conversations is that they're not conversations at all. A normal conversation is just 2 ppl talkin to pass time and get to know one another or wutever. Granted, interviewers want to know you also, but they're judging and gauging everything you say and how you say it. In a normal conversation, the other perrson usually does not judge the type of person you are, some ppl can care less. So usually when I walk into an interview and i start small talk with the interviewer, I'm always worried about what I'm saying, which is totally the opposite of what an everyday conversation is. How can they use small talk to judge the type of person you really are if what we say is skewed on interview day?