Tell us about yourself
It is the most common question which interviewers ask in the beginning of an interview. You can start with your recent job and then tell them about your educational background. You can add in a few details about your family but don't go on telling long, boring stories.
What are your strengths?
This can be quite a tricky question, which you must answer properly in order to make a good impression on the interviewers. Tell them that you are hard working, honest and dependable. Moreover, you should elaborate upon your achievements and unique qualities.
Can you handle job stress and pressure?
Remain confident when you answer this question. Share your professional experience with the interviewer and cite examples where you had to deal with pressure. On the other hand, if you are a fresh graduate, you can tell the interviewer(s) about group work in which you worked as a team member under pressure.
What you dislike about your current job?
Most interviewers want to know why you are looking to change jobs. While you should give them honest reasons, it is better not to speak very negatively about the organisation you are working with.
What are your expectations?
This is one of the most important questions. You should cite honest expectations and relate them to your own efforts and skill-set. Do not go overboard and risk sounding unprofessional.