A question came up on one of the discussion boards about Disney Internships and competition. Why is it someone would willing give out information about their experiences to others competing for the same position? This is a valid question - If I had taken a test before another person, I would not share the answers with them. So why do I share my knowledge with you?
For me it is quite simple - I do not want to get a professional internship based on a technicality. I want to get my internship because I am the best candidate for the job. I could not fully enjoy my position knowing that I got it because someone stumbled on their interview questions. These positions are tough to get and the competition is fierce, which makes earning one even more satisfying.
I see sharing my insights sort-of like tutoring - when I am in a class and someone does not understand the material, I do not say - 'Oh well, try harder'. This is not how people learn. I believe that sharing the information I know helps those prepare adequately for their interview.
Along that same thought - just because you know the questions does not mean you know the answers. All of the questions Disney asks you in your interview are open ended/behavioral questions - there are no right/wrong answers. If I told you what my answer was to this question: "Describe a difficult situation and how you resolved it?" My answer if from my own history. Telling you my answer would do you no good. These questions are constructed to learn more about you and your abilities, not mine.
Now think about this - has there ever been a time when you have gone into a test/interview situation where you did not prepare? For exams - the professors give us the information that will be covered; For interviews - we have the company background, the job description, and the internet to give us more information. By sharing with you all my personal experience, it gives you a basis for what to expect. It is then up to you to decide what to do with this information.
Final point - Disney is not the only one to use these questions. I have answered them at numerous interviews with companies, including: Wyndham, Target, and Chatter Buzz Media. These questions are also discussed in interview prep courses.