Quality is delighting customers
If you are applying to Selenium job, you don't need ANY interview questions. You just have to learn how to use that tool. If you are interviwing someone, then you should ask some technical person to do the technical interview.
If you just get list of questions which has been asked from someone else, study only the answers given to those, you don't learn anything you need to do the work. Acctually you will most likely fail, because at least I can do many such questions, which are unique and never asked before. I'd ask practical questions about XPaths for example. If you still get the work without acctually knowing the tool, it will be noticed quite soon. Then your career will be doomed and applying to next job will be MUCH harder.
So instead of asking "interview questions", ask rather "how to learn the tool" from yourself and first use Google with keywords "<tool> tutorial" (e.g. "selenium tutorial") and you'll get some good starting point to learn the tool.