Interviews can be an interesting experience. Many interview questions and answers have become accessible to candidates by the internet, where candidates all sound the same.
More organizations are starting to move away from standard questions and asking what has been called “oddball questions”. These are to get candidates to really think about their answers.
It makes the interview experience for the interviewer more interesting because the answers really demonstrates the candidate’s thought process.
The March 17, 2015, Globe and Mail article, You think you’ve had weird interview questions? illustrates organizations that are using non standard questions.
In the end just relate your experience (school, work or volunteer etc) to the job that you are being interviewed for.