I have been offered every position I have ever interviewed for regardless of the field. I answer what they ask, but I add personal spin to it in order to get the manager to bite and show their personal bias on a topic. Then I will continue to appeal to their personal feelings on things in order to foster rapport with them. Then I’m not just another applicant in a chair to them. I’m a sympathetic, caring, multifaceted and like minded person to them. If they see you as more of a peer, or kindred spirit to themselves, they are more likely to consider you over people who are comparable or more qualified. This does take good skills in reading people and assessing their reaction and level of interest. You can also go with the old method of being really positive and peppy. Some managers will not enjoy it though. Don’t be afraid to ask the other people who have interviewed you for feedback on your interviewing style. Use hand gestures, confident posture and eye contact. Smile when appropriate and be real. Don’t do the fake interview voice and try to seem like the perfect professional. They will notice right away. They see it all the time and they will likely write you off. I know I was all over the place with my response, but I hope this helped. Thank you for your time.