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    Hi everyone I have an interview for the position of a radiology department assistant. I am really nervous as I am unsure of what type of questions they will ask and what I should research. The position says no experience required so I'm worried about how much they would want me to know about radiology.

    I really want to ace this interview and get the job. Any advice on what to expect would be greatly appreciated

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    If they aren't asking for technical experience, that suggests is is a patient, ie people facing role - what does the job description talk about? They will probably ask you questions about dealing with people how would you deal with nervous people, patients with disabilities, families, etc.

    You should always be able to work out what sort of questions they will ask at interview because you know they will be exploring whether you have the skills to do the job, which are listed in the job advert.
 
 
 
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