Before anyone replies about reading other threads and such, trust me, every link on Google is already purple (lol). I know the basics of questions that may be asked such as "Why do you want to be in the Navy?" or "Which service would you like to commission into an why?" or "Why should you be chosen over Candidate X?" etc. However, my recruiter told me that the officer would most likely be asking me situation questions that test my morals and decision-making abilities. I'm having trouble finding examples of these questions online. The only example she gave me was that I may be asked about a situation that has to do with sexual assault or other circumstances that require me to have a base-line knowledge and confidence in my answer. In addition, I know it's very highly encouraged to ask good questions at the end - Any examples of these? Is it better to ask personal type questions such as why they chose their branch or are actual information type questions about the NROTC program better? I know it comes down to what the actual question is, but I've never been good at these (already had 2 USNA/NROTC interviews).