Is there a Stack Exchange site for both technical and behavioural interview questions? Where I could ask questions about, for example:

  • Sample questions and solutions, experiences, or seeking advice for interviews
  • A place where I could ask interview questions and what the best way to answer it (not just a correct way or the most efficient).
  • What to do in a certain situation such as negotiation, unfair interviews, etc.
  • Experiences interviewing at so-and-so company.

To directly answer your question, no, there isn't really a single site where you can ask any question you would find in any interview. It depends on the question - there are a lot of different things that can be covered in an interview, and many of them will be inherently specific to your particular vocation.

As mentioned in the question comments, The Workplace might be the best candidate for general questions ("What are your weaknesses", "Where do you see yourself in five years"), although you'll still need to make sure that you have a real, answerable question.

For software developers, and for questions that are not directly about code but that are still software-related, the Software Engineering Stack Exchange does allow some interview questions, although again you'll want to make sure it meets their requirements as they seem to get a lot of poor examples. Stack Overflow would likely be the best candidate for code-based questions, or maybe Code Review if you just want to assess what you came up with.

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    Interview questions don't fare well on Stack Overflow. We expect questions to be practical and answerable, not the "how many jellybeans can fit into a bus" variety.
    – user102937
    Jan 13 '14 at 18:58
  • @Robert Harvey: It says for code-based questions.
    – Gelatin
    Jan 13 '14 at 18:59
  • @RobertHarvey I edited the answer to prevent quick scan misinterpretation.
    – Hannele
    Jan 13 '14 at 20:31
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    since the time this was posted, Programmers became stricter in that regard, see Why do interview questions make poor Programmers.SE questions? Consider editing to account for that
    – gnat
    Aug 6 '15 at 14:59
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    I've already got a link to that very page - under 'get a lot of poor examples'
    – Hannele
    Aug 6 '15 at 15:30

You can take a look at The Workplace where they have an interview tag and a few good interview posts.

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