Personally, I am always 100% honest when asked questions during job interviews. If anything I usually 'undersell' myself just so as not to set expectations to high. Competition for jobs is tough, and I just wanted to post a survey (feel free to post comments) to find out a little more about how some others feel about selling themselves at job interviews. Is it ok to tell small white lies about skills that you don't have, but feel confident that you can learn, and temporarily bluff, during a job interview? Are you a 'yes' man and would you claim to have done x, y, and z, if you thought that if you said 'no' you would fail that interview? Please let us know how far you would go to get that job. I personally have known many that 'oversell' themselves, and that really aren't that 'hot' at what they do. But if you 'underplay' your skills then you most certainly will not get that job. So what would you do?