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    Hi,

    I'm 17 years of age and a 6th form student -currently studying science A Levels.

    I have recently received an offer to come to an interview for the position of a medical records administer at a local NHS hospital. The interview is on the 21/07 (next friday).

    It's my first ever formal interview which would take place face-to-face (I've had other interviews via video conferencing).

    I'm pretty nervous -is there any advice which you could give me?

    What type of questions will I be asked?
    What will happen on the day?

    I've had lots of previous NHS experience under well-known senior consultants and their teams (2 clinical placements and 1 administrative placement).

    I've been offered jobs and interviews of different job sectors, however, this is a position which I would really love to take up. I really want the job!

    I've also been placed on a reserve candidate interview list for another role within the NHS which deals with blood donation. Could someone explain what this means in a bit of detail?

    All advice and tips welcome.
    Thanks
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    (Original post by raiiiraiii)
    Hi,

    I'm 17 years of age and a 6th form student -currently studying science A Levels.

    I have recently received an offer to come to an interview for the position of a medical records administer at a local NHS hospital. The interview is on the 21/07 (next friday).

    It's my first ever formal interview which would take place face-to-face (I've had other interviews via video conferencing).

    I'm pretty nervous -is there any advice which you could give me?

    What type of questions will I be asked?
    What will happen on the day?

    I've had lots of previous NHS experience under well-known senior consultants and their teams (2 clinical placements and 1 administrative placement).

    I've been offered jobs and interviews of different job sectors, however, this is a position which I would really love to take up. I really want the job!

    I've also been placed on a reserve candidate interview list for another role within the NHS which deals with blood donation. Could someone explain what this means in a bit of detail?

    All advice and tips welcome.
    Thanks
    First of all, check Glassdoor for interview reviews. It's a good way of preparing so you get an idea on what is likely to be asked.
    https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Intervie...ons-E12873.htm

    You should familiarise yourself with the NHS and the role you have applied to. Research the organisation and talk about projects or anything innovative that they have done.

    Answer competency based questions using the STAR format
    https://www.theguardian.com/careers/...ased-interview

    But the best thing to do is to relax and not panic.
 
 
 
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