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    Hi,

    I have a job interview for a Speech & Language Therapist Assistant through the NHS in 2 weeks. The interview is a multi mini interview.

    All I have been told is there are 4 stages. At each stage you have 1 minute to read the question or scenario then you enter the station/room and have 3 minutes to speak about it.

    Has anyone been through any of these interviews before? I've herd the nursing interviews are like that.

    Thank You!
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    (Original post by kelly178)
    Hi,

    I have a job interview for a Speech & Language Therapist Assistant through the NHS in 2 weeks. The interview is a multi mini interview.

    All I have been told is there are 4 stages. At each stage you have 1 minute to read the question or scenario then you enter the station/room and have 3 minutes to speak about it.

    Has anyone been through any of these interviews before? I've herd the nursing interviews are like that.

    Thank You!
    Please don't ask for interview questions. A lot of healthcare professionals will face this interview style at some point in their careers. Have a look at scenarios you may be faced with and think about what you would do in them. The internet is full of resources.
 
 
 
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