The questions may not be verbatim, the concepts will be the same.
There are generally two sides of an interview. Technical and interpersonal. Technical would never be the same. The interpersonal portion will be the same and is just as important if not more so than technical.
Can the candidate function in a team or individually without much supervision? Can the candidate admit failure (some project or team that failed)?
What did the candidate learn from these experiences?
Did it change the way they approach working on a team today?
Can the candidate fit into the companies culture?
I've been on both sides of the interview table. These concepts were always talked about. I've seen good technical people passed by because of their answers.
Remember, if you dont know an answer to a question...just say "I dont know." It's better to admit ignorance than trying to throw some BS out there. You can lose the interview and the job on this alone.