Listen to what the interviewer MEANS not just WHAT is said.
Imagine an interviewer making a statement similar to this:
We need salespeople with more experience in our industry.
Does the interviewer mean that salespeople need to be technical experts?
Unless the role is one of technical support, the answer is almost always a variable that can be turned to your favour.
Experience in this instance is much more likely to be interpreted as the need for salespeople to demonstrate the capability to meet budget every month.
If that interpretation is used, you are much more likely to gain a favourable impression with a response that builds confidence in budget busting rather than experience.