Be yourself during the interview. Come prepared with accurate anecdotes about how you’ve handled various situations in the past, and be able to communicate those stories clearly and concisely. Don’t fabricate any stories. The questions are designed for employers and managers to get a sense of your values as an individual. Some of the questions I remember were: Tell me about a time you succeed in a leadership role? Tell me about a time you worked hard at something but did not succeed? Tell me about a time you showed initiative. Target might also ask you about your long-term career goals or about other character qualities that would make a good fit for Flow Team like integrity, efficiency, etc.
Always be prepared for interviews with answers to questions that will most likely be asked. Something that is now popular for customer service jobs is behavioral interviews. These usually involve questions like "Name a time when you've..." or "What would you do it if..." Make sure you have plenty of scenarios to use for questions like these that show what skills you have an how well you use them.
As for the interview, just be yourself! They ask a lot of situational questions and questions that require you to recall past events in which you solved a problem or helped out. You want to show them what those experiences meant to you and how they changed you.
In order to have a successful interview just be honest. There would not be any trick questions, and they will not expect you to know much about the products. However, any experience shopping in the stores might be useful because it shows that you know how things work on a regular basis. The most important thing is to be honest and open.
Before an interview at Target, be ready to interview with multiple people and ones that you will work with on a day to day basis. Target's interview is pretty average, and they want to know how you will perform in a team and under pressure.
Just prepare for a lot of hypothetical scenario questions and otherwise just prepare for it like you would a regular interview. Go in confident but not arrogant in order to make a good first impression.
Before you interview at Target, you should dress as professionally as possible. It really makes you stand out among the other applicants. Talk up your experiences with guests or people at other jobs you've had, and try to come across as personable and friendly. Make them feel like you want the job, and are going to be willing to engage with the team and the guests once you join. Try and present for the position you are applying for - if you're applying for a softlines position (clothes, shoes, and accessories) dress fashionably. If you're applying for a beauty position, break out your knowledge of make-up. Target is really trying to hire people who have experience and talent within the area they are applying for, especially as management modifies the sales floor practices to customize and improve guest experiences.