Sure, the ones I can remember are…
Why public sector audit?
Differences from big four?
Where do you see yourself in ten years time? (again, something like that!
Time you have learnt a new skill?
Time you have suffered a disappointment?
Time when you had to deal with a negative customer experience (something like that)
Two SJQ - One about an intern interrupts a presentation you are doing questioning the data collection methods in front of a client, what would you do? - The other I can’t remember sorry.
Tell me about a business doing well?
Tell me about a business doing badly? Quite a few sub questions on this ( I did it on the demise of Blackberry and think the interviewer was interested in the topic).
Then I had quite a few questions at the end ready to ask. It was a long interview but because It was done by somebody in the team I was applying for, It was much more enjoyable. I feel sorry for grad recruiters who must get bored out of their minds hearing the same sentences each day.
My personal advice is use specific facts and tangible results, I found this really helped myself and had much more success with this change.