Interview questions - page 2

For those of you about to go thru the nursing interview process. Here is the list of questions and suggestions I have accumulated. I hope this helps everyone. Merry Christmas everyone and HAPPY... Read More

  1. by   KPOXA-AHKA
    Thanks, those Qs are great
    Last edit by KPOXA-AHKA on Jul 20, '05
  2. by   SusiQNursing
    What qualities do you think are important in a nurse?
    Has there ever been a time where you have had to take a leadership role and what did you learn?
    Where do you see yourself in 5-10 years?
    What can you tell us about yourself that is not on your transcript?
    What would you say is your biggest self-improvement?

    Be ready to ask the interviewers questions at the end of your interview.

    Have good posture and convey your thoughts clearly..... and try to maintain good eye contact.

    Don't forget to smile!

    Good luck!

    susiq
  3. by   trey168
    All those questions are great!! Thanks... Does anyone have some questions to ask during your interview?? I've been trying to think of a few but I fell like I am fried after all the studying and running around I have been doing the past few weeks. :spin::spin: Thanks!! :spin:
  4. by   NRSKarenRN
    how to ask for a letter of recommendation
    http://www.vpul.upenn.edu/careerserv.../howtoask.html
  5. by   trey168
    :chuckle thanks
  6. by   bubalu
    the questions were great .... thanks so much for taking the time
    to post them!

    Peace,
    bubalu
  7. by   romie
    I was invited to interview for admission into UIC nurse practitioner program. They said the interview would be 45-60 minutes! How many people should I expect there to be in the room? Is is appropriate to ask the admissions office what to expect in the interview, in terms of the number of participants, types of questions, tips for success?

    I spoke to several people who are enrolled at the BSN level and they said that they did not have to do an interview. Can anyone share their experience of interviewing at the MSN level?
  8. by   onduty23
    what was your hardest patient and how did you deal with them?
  9. by   wildmountainchild
    My interview for an MSN program was an odd one. First of all it was a group interview, that was a little disconcerting. I was the ONLY one not wearing a suit. The program director and the faculty asked us a question about what we thought one of the major issues Nurse Practitioners would have an impact on in the future was. Everyone wrote thier answer down and then we read them aloud (I made sure I went first).

    Next we all went outside to the courtyard and each of us had to cross the courtyard in a way that was totally unique from any of the others. I chose somersaults.

    We went back inside and we had to write down what we thought the previous exercise told us about the people performing them. I put down that it revealed who the best people to go out drinking with at the end of the semester were.

    Then we all took a test, chatted some more, answered some more questions and that was it.

    I found out later that I was one of the few to get offered early admittance. I was happy that I had been myself...from answering the questions honestly (really, what CAN you tell about a person from how they cross a courtyard if not thier drinking style) to not wearing a suit. I let my personality shine through, even when in meant stating, that for me, abortion rights were one of the most important issues that will be facing NP's in the future.

    I know I've chosen the right school and that they've chosen the right student for both our personalities.
  10. by   merellis2009
    I am so glad I found this! My interview is tomorrow and I was looking for something to practice with! Thank you for posting this.
  11. by   2lip
    cool post
  12. by   2lip
    thanx a lot
  13. by   tigress_8207
    Hi there well thanks for the heads up on the questions was asked some of those very same questions on my interview on tuesday so now could you please post some ideas on possible answers.Just some tips on how we should approach such questions thanks.

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