Two of my favorites:
"The US automotive bailout involved the US government providing 17.4 billion dollars to US car manufacturers Chrysler and General Motors during the 2008 recession. Discuss." (the question actually incorrectly said Ford as well, who did not take the bailout, I'm not sure if that was an honest mistake or if we were supposed to correct it)
Ford received a 5.9 billion USD TALF loan from the government to retool their factories, which was considered part of the automotive bailout. Because it was separate from the GM/Chrysler bailout, many people incorrectly state that Ford did not receive a bailout when they did (it just wasn't explicitly a bailout).
The weakness question is always tough because it's ubiquitous and so easy to paint yourself into a corner.
I always make sure to answer that question in the style that I'm already working on and continuing to build skills. For example, I talk about my organization and how I use Google calendar and checklists in order to keep myself accountable. I then talk about how I've gotten better since using those tools.
David D, MD - USMLE and MCAT Tutor
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Yup, it's always something you have actively been working on improving and hopefully have already shown some progress on.