The interview process at technology companies, law firms, accounting firms, and in many other industries is highly specialized and may require special preparation. This can result in unexpected or unfair advantages for candidates that are highly connected within the specific industry and therefore have a thorough understanding of the process. This can cause even well-qualified candidates that are unfamiliar with the specific interview process being underprepared for their interview, and therefore not meeting expectations. This disclosure describes a configurable interview simulator that allows prospective candidates to explore various phases of an interview and to familiarize themselves with tools that are used during actual interviews. The simulator provides feedback and allows candidates to evaluate their performance. The interview simulator provides a scalable mechanism that is not resource intensive, is dynamic, and is accommodative of the schedules of employers and candidates. Prospective candidates can utilize the simulator to learn where the interview bar is for a particular employer.

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