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Thank you so much but there isn't actually an answer for question 16
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Well done.can you post some nurse' s behavioural interview questions n answers?
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That's an awesome post!- Anyone have recommendations on a graduate blog by industry professionals? Where they tell us about how to succeed in the Grad Recruitment process?
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(Original post by Elliey)
Thank you so much but there isn't actually an answer for question 16
Bit of a delayed reply to your question (!) but it was just that Q16 had got mixed up with the question before. I've fixed the formatting on it now so it's easier to read.
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Great stuff. Thanks.
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thank u very much guys this has real helped me a lot in aswering some if not most of the interview questions that have faced
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This is a lot of information but yes your are 50times helpful if only the job centre/ careers advice was as nice as you.
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question should you tell them you are dyslexic or have a disability?

would that show a negative quality

or would they respect your hard work to achieve so much while having a disability?

also is there a thing as having too many qualifications and or training?
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Most online applications ask if you have, or think you may have, a disability. So, by the time you've gotten to the interview, chances are they already know. If not though, you can perhaps mention it in your achievements. Say something like "I'm really proud of how well I've done in school and in previous jobs, despite having dyslexia." or something along those lines. They'll see that you don't let anything get the better of you and it shows that you can work hard despite handicaps.
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Do you have any experience that you think would be an advantage in the position that you are applying for?
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Why do you want to work here?



Where do you see yourself in 5 years time?



What is your biggest weakness?



What are your strengths?

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I have applied for a job and its 13.75 hours but I have asked if I can bring it down to 13 hours cause I'm on benefits and if I work all the 13.75 hours ill loose all my money! Do you think it should be OK?
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The one question I wanted an answer to was "19. Give us an example of a situation where you didn't meet your goals or objectives." but the answer isn't there....
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How to Answer Behavior Based Questions



How to answer "Tell me about yourself"' at a job interview



How to answer "Why Should We Hire You" at your job interview

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Have you ever worked as a Project Manager at a Digital Agency?



Why are you leaving your job?



What are you looking for in a job?



What is your favourite project management methodology?

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Brilliant. Simply brilliant.
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Guys, what you would have answered in the question "tell me something innovative you have done in your career/life?" ?
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How do you keep your team motivated on a project?



How to Answer: What motivates you?



How to Explain the Gap in Employment On Your CV

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describe your experience of working with people where you have been required to obtain information from them in order to be of assistance.
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As an example, the answer that may sound in the interview of the sales manager:
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