Remember that an interview is a spoken exam (or an oral exam), not a written exam - and so prepare accordingly! I see so many candidates put huge effort into writing up lots of notes and their preparation is like they are preparing for a written exam or that they are writing up a research paper. But your interview is an oral or spoken exam where you have to deliver your answers in person. So do the preparation. Write out the main points of your examples, but don’t forget to practise those out loud! Don’t let the first time you answer a question out loud be in the interview itself. Practise in front of a mirror. Practise with a friend. Turn on the video of your phone. Write out a list of the questions you have been preparing and hand them to a trusted friend or colleague and have them ask you them. Do a mock interview with an interview coach. Select whichever approach suits you best, because when you practise answering those questions out loud it will stand to you on the day of your interview.
My interview tips are based on my years of interviewing experience and my years of interview coaching. I hold qualifications in HR and Business Psychology.