It's very hard to say as the interview panel all look for different skills and all the panel have to agree.
Be sure to come prepared to talk about you as a person, not just your experience and achievements.
Learn about competencies online, read the job description, then remember (invent) situations when you have displayed them. Interviews are full of 'tell me about a time when...' questions, and of you answer with the Situation (where you were, etc) Task (what needed doing) Action (what you did) Result (whether it worked or not) then you'll be well away. Don't be afraid to use examples of when it didn't exactly work, but you changed course and tried again until you found a good solution. Always review even great outcomes for improvement. E.g. in hindsight I could have done that and then 90% of people would have been happy rather than 80%.