Need advice on interviews... - page 2

Hi all. I need some advice.. I had an interview at the VA today and I was just wondering how do you make yourself NOT nervous during interviews? I mean I had a nice nurse manager and all...but I... Read More

  1. by   zeal2482
    anyone who would like to help me in finding agency in the philippines which is currently offering free CGFNS or IELTS?

    Thanks,
  2. by   Medic2RN
    Congratulations LenaRN!!!
  3. by   DolphinRN84
    Thank you Medic2RN!
  4. by   tx esrun
    Congratulations Lena!!!!
  5. by   DolphinRN84
    Thank you txesrun
  6. by   BansheebabeRn
    Congrats LenaRN
    umpiron:You Can Do anything!!!!
  7. by   DolphinRN84
    Awww thanks BansheebabeRN
  8. by   Imafloat
    Congrats to you Lena!

    I have my first interview Tuesday and am reading this thread looking for pointers.
  9. by   BansheebabeRn
    your very welcome.....I'm supposed to get a call from the recruiter today about weither or not i get the job......I hope I get it........
  10. by   DolphinRN84
    BansheebabeRn and MyBSNin06, thanks for all your support. I'm wishing you luck on getting jobs!
  11. by   melmiche
    Man o man this site is awesome and it asks the questions everyone want to know the answers to.. Interviewing is tough and it a necessary evil. I have over the past 6 months interviewed at least 20 (I am not kidding either) 20 times and the only thing I can say is that each time you interview you DO get better at it. Always watch your body language, think first about the questions that are ased of you even if you take a minute to reply IT IS OKAY. I know this is corny but smile, it helps I swear it does and just accentuate the positive and play down the neg. If you haven't been working and someone asks you why you can always say you deicided to take some time off before looking again for the place that you may want to work. SOmething like that but again always be truthfult o a certain point and remember you are INTERVIEWING THEM AS THEY ARE YOU!

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