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  Indian Nurses :Interview Tips for Indian Nurses.SELF-PREPARATION BEFORE GOING TO THE INTERVIEW

Your Homework

Prepare some questions that can be frequently asked during the interview. A sample of questions are listed below:

  • What is your future plan?
  • Why did you choose a particular career?
  • What qualifications do you have that make you feel you would be successful in your field?
  • What have been the significant achievements in your career?
  • How do you update yourself in your profession?
  • What jobs have you held since you have qualified (passed out)?
  • What have you learnt (not learned)?
  • What jobs have you enjoyed the most? The least? Why?
  • What do you know about the employers?
  • Do you think that you are competent in your professional skills?
  • Why would you like to leave the present job?
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • Why do you want to go to USA / UK?

* REMEMBER *

There is quite a possibility of certain practice-based questions to be asked to test your clinical skills; it may accompany a written test.

Before Appearing for the interview:

  • Get charged with full confidence and a positive hope.
  • Calm your mind and be agile enough to respond correctly, try some relaxation techniques.
  • Get all your credentials, testimonials neatly filed and arranged chronologically. Don't be fidgety.
  • You should dress neatly, comfortably and conservatively. This will keep you at ease during the interview.
  • Start early and be on time since nothing creates a worse impression than being late.
  • Remember your manner and attitude would reflect the type of person you are. Just be yourself…. !!
  • Come prepared to talk openly about yourself, your career objectives and your interests.
  • Be careful about your posture so that it convey the right body language.

During the interview:

  • Keep your belongings in the 'waiting cell', avoid carrying unnecessary things with you during the interview.
  • Appear with a reasonable degree of confidence and greet with a smile.
    Maintain an eye contact with the interviewer.
  • Try to remain calm and not fidget, thus distracting the interviewer from what you are trying to say.
  • Just as you sometimes find it difficult to understand their accent, they too find it difficult to understand yours. So, speak slowly, clearly, loudly and in complete sentences.
  • Be clear in what you say. You can take pauses to give the 'right' answer.
    Try and highlight your experiences in the areas, which you have been working.
  • Thank the interviewer before leaving.
 
 
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