Fist RN job interview

  1. Today i had my fist RN job interview! I just graduated from the nursing program and have little on the job experience. I was so nervous that i think it was even showing in my answers. I dont know, i think i did bad I wish i can go back in and show them that i can do the job. O well, i guess i just have to keep trying and learning from my experiences. Any tips on how i can show this employer that i can do the job?
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  3. by   Ruby Vee
    Quote from zw0715
    today i had my fist rn job interview! i just graduated from the nursing program and have little on the job experience. i was so nervous that i think it was even showing in my answers. i dont know, i think i did bad i wish i can go back in and show them that i can do the job. o well, i guess i just have to keep trying and learning from my experiences. any tips on how i can show this employer that i can do the job?
    spelling, punctuation and proper capitolization. (or maybe it really was a "fist" job interview.)
  4. by   Jules Anne
    Don't stress yourself out! We're in high demand right now, you shouldn't have too much of a problem finding a job. I don't graduate until December and have already had 4 official job offers. Just relax and wait for the job offers to come in.
  5. by   Pupnshnooter
    capitalization
    :trout:


    Quote from ruby vee
    spelling, punctuation and proper capitolization. (or maybe it really was a "fist" job interview.)
  6. by   FireStarterRN
    Quote from ruby vee
    spelling, punctuation and proper capitolization. (or maybe it really was a "fist" job interview.)
    not so be picky, but that's spelled capitalization.
  7. by   FireStarterRN
    Quote from Pupnshnooter
    capitAlization
    :trout:
    Oh, I see someone beat me to the punch.

    Life IS certainly full of irony.

    To the OP, good luck, I'm sure you'll get a job, I don't blame you for being nervous, I've had that feeling myself.
  8. by   User123456
    Congrats on the many job offers! just like everything else practice makes perfect. dont let this interview bother you even if its didnt go so well. just learn what you can do to make the next one better and think of it as a learning experiance. the other poster is right nurses are in high demand so if you dont get one job there will be plenty more to follow. congrats on the pending graduation!
  9. by   zw0715
    Thank you I am very excited about having graduated:spin:

    I will keep on trying and you're right I will make the best from yesterdays job interview and use it as a learning experience. I do feel much better today, but yesterday was just awful. I kept on thinking on how much better I know I could have answered a question.
    Anyways thanks for your comments.
    Sorry about the SPELLING it is "FIRST". I am glad we have great spellers out there.


    Quote from TrendyNursingStudent
    Congrats on the many job offers! just like everything else practice makes perfect. dont let this interview bother you even if its didnt go so well. just learn what you can do to make the next one better and think of it as a learning experiance. the other poster is right nurses are in high demand so if you dont get one job there will be plenty more to follow. congrats on the pending graduation!
  10. by   FireStarterRN
    Quote from zw0715
    Sorry about the SPELLING it is "FIRST". I am glad we have great spellers out there.
    We do? Where are they? :beercuphe:lol_hitti

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