Tell me a time you wrote a report?
How do you make sure your work is of a high standard?
How do you work concentrate under pressure?
How do you plan deadlines?
How do you respond to a patient personality?
Have you worked in a public role before?
Tell me a time when you worked as part of a team or independently?
How do you learn new skills?
Can you work to a moderate effort over multiple periods throughout the day?
How do you concrete with an unpredictable workload?
How do you cope with customer verbal abuse?
How do you help patients who are feeling anxious?
why have applied for this role?
How have you developed yourself?
How do i answer these interview questions? please Watch
- Thread Starter
- 07-05-2016 05:03
- 07-05-2016 13:05
1. don't make 10 threads for one set of questions, especially if half of them don't actually make sense
2. if you're not able to think of anything for any of 10+ questions maybe you shouldn't be applying for the job
As for the questions, many of these are about your own personal experience of doing something so that isn't anything anyone else can help you with. If you try and use someone else's example in an application you will only screw yourself over when they ask a follow up question you can't answer.
Several others are common sense (e.g. how to make sure work is high quality).
There's a couple of questions on there that it would be reasonable to ask for help with (i.e. practical stuff like how to help a patient with anxiety) from someone who has more experience, however it's always a good idea to think of your own ideas first and ask for feedback. Perhaps you should have a think about your application yourself before asking loads of questions and you might get more responses.