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One of the biggest possible questions they can ask you is "Why Wells Fargo?" (Why not Chase? PNC? TD? Etc.) It's very important to have a solid reason for that. They may never ask you, but if they do and you blow it, you look like some guy who just randomly wants a new job because you're bored with your old one. Another thing is confidence. Be confident, but not cocky. Don't be nervous.
I'm going to GUESS (Meaning I'm not sure) that they want a team player, not someone who is all about himself. So, if that's the case, talk about how you had some individual accomplishments, but also mention how you did with the team you worked with. Any improvements you made for everyone overall, how you cared about everyone doing better, etc.
So take my advice with a grain of salt and listen to what other people say that have experience interviewing with a bank.
Side note, what are the qualifications you need to become a personal banker and what is the pay like?
Another side note, where in NJ are you?
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