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During the interview, employers ask you questions for a number of reasons. The questions help them figure out if you can do the job, why you want the job and so on.
Behaviour-descriptive questions help an interviewer assess how you will handle conditions you will likely encounter on the job.
An interviewer might use this question as a way to the start the interview or to assess how you respond to open–ended questions.