I've interpreted the question as to how I act in stressful situations and when receiving negative feedback to which I replied that that's the best feedback to receive, as it allows me to improve and move on without grudges. However after I've been treated after the rejection, I get a clearer picture of the rudeness I would be subjected to, and I'm surely glad I pulled out in time (bear in mind that I'm not some kind of over-sensitive wall flower).
Truthfully! I grew up in another country and so studied there, felt a bit discriminatory and totally irrelevant as I had all the necessary skills and experience for the job from working in the UK over the last 5 years. It was the only question the spectator asked. I think it may have been one of the reasons I didn't get the job.
I know what you mean, I interviewed there around 9 months ago - I'm temping and lost pay just for him to tell me he just wanted to ask me 3 questions (the same 3 questions he asked you) and didn't want me to ask him any!! No HR person in attendance when I met him - he also kept me waiting for about 15-20 mins and didn't apologise!