I don't know. I didn't feel great during or after (curious sense of watching myself throughout, yet without the ability to re-route brain...almost dream-like...most annoying), but I've also learned that that's no guide. Times I've felt great, I haven't gotten it; times I thought I blew it, I thought I did; the time I turned up an hour late, sweaty and pissed off and already having decided that wasn't an organization I wanted to work for, I had an offer waiting for me inside of 20 minutes. Go figure. I was thrown by a lot of the questions. #1 was the basic "what have you been up to this year," which is fine, but it was followed up by what I was most proud of and what I was most disappointed in. The sub-questions threw me, because I don't tend to think in those terms. Not long-term, at least. Another one was about ways I've expanded my current role, which I could talk about effectively, but then they followed it up by asking about how the promotion role would be different. Which is fine, and I could talk about that...but I kind of just had talked about it. It's like I didn't leave myself anywhere to go (which was deliberate, when I didn't know what the subsequent question would be). And then a question about when I've had free time recently, and what did I learn from it. It was all I could do to keep a poker face for that--free time? What the hell is free time? I mean, I could answer it very effectively, but all that kept going through my head is...if someone has free time, they're effing slacking, and not taking enough responsibility. If it's endemic, then there are bigger issues at stake. But me? Free time? Seriously? Mostly my issue was that my brain would not kick in, and all I could really think about was the fact that my tongue kept sticking to the roof of my mouth.