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    Hi,
    I have a interview coming up and I have applied for Child nursing. But I am stuck on what sort of questions to ask at the end of the interview. They say its best to ask a question at the end rather than not asking as this shows you are passionate about your degree. Any ideas on what questions I can ask the interviewer?
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    It is fine not to ask a question, and it is certainly better than asking something inane. If you feel that you must, I would probably ask if there would be any opportunities for other CPD while on the course (non-violent crisis intervention courses and the like).
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    I asked this same question at all my interviews, the interviwers all said that it was a good question:
    'In your opinion what extra reading or preparation should I undertake to better prepare me for this course'
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    Thank you for the help I'll try to ask something similar to the question because it's hard asking the interviewer the questions since you can't ask obvious questions. Thanks for the help.
 
 
 
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