Alright, So I have gone through a handful of interviews and although was presented with a couple of offers () they were all something that I was only sub-partial to so I declined. This upcoming week I have 4 interviews possibly 5. These are all (coincidentally) huge fortune 500 companies and are global corporations. The biggest companies I have ever had interviews for. So I am a little nervous. Here are some things about me: I am very young still but have been thrown into the "corporate world" quick quickly. I've had an office job since high school and worked nights/weekends and then right after high school I landed a entry-level management job. I do school online and through night but I am have a full time course outline. I have done it for a year so I am not concerned that it will affect me. At the moment I am in account executive/ account management for a non-profit. The company is small at about 14 people big. I am being interviewed for another account executive/ account management position that is double my salary and minimum. I am just shaking with excitement and nervousness at the same time. I do well under pressure and I don't "hums and ums" a lot during interviews. But just want to hear any stories or tips on the toughest interview you've been in or the toughest questions you've had to answer Thanks!