Makati Medical Center - page 34

hello!:wavey: Can anyone tell me how long does it take to process an application in Makati Medical Center? Because Im planning to submit my resume this month of november... And are there any... Read More

  1. by   PHLnurse
    Quote from reshin
    And to add to that note, I also heard that they do not care much if you are a cum laude or board topnotcher if you didnt come from the top schools in the Philippines. Im sorry if some might be offended by this but I just want to relay what I heard to help guide those who are passing their reqs
    That's true. Basically because you might be a Cum Laude because the curriculum in your school does not adhere to the standards. I also know some board passers (line of 7 in the boards) but came from a well-known nursing school, made it to the physical exam. Not to discourage others and no offense meant. You can still try and submit your resume, TOR and board rating, but I wouldn't have my hopes up too much.
  2. by   Ar-en
    Hi guys, D'you guys think Makati Med will still acknowledge my Resume if I'll pass anyway this week, or they're already finish with contacting applicants?
  3. by   PHLnurse
    Quote from Ar-en
    Hi guys, D'you guys think Makati Med will still acknowledge my Resume if I'll pass anyway this week, or they're already finish with contacting applicants?
    Hi! I was in Makati Med a while ago and yes, they are still accepting applicants. Just pass your resume, TOR and board rating in the HR Dept AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
  4. by   deathproof24
    for those who replied to my questions tnx, i actually had my interview in the morning on sept 5 then after that the hr personnel told me that i will be texted if i qualify however some of the applicants where told to stay and where given envelope. And its almost 2 weeks, so do you think that i will still have chance to get hired?
  5. by   PHLnurse
    Quote from deathproof24
    for those who replied to my questions tnx, i actually had my interview in the morning on sept 5 then after that the hr personnel told me that i will be texted if i qualify however some of the applicants where told to stay and where given envelope. And its almost 2 weeks, so do you think that i will still have chance to get hired?
    I would have to ask you several questions just to analyze:
    1. Did the HR tell you that you passed your written exam?
    2. Did you answer something like you are planning to go abroad, take up Medicine or anything giving a hint that you MIGHT resign as a staff nurse?
    3. Do you think you answered anything offensive or the like during the interview?
  6. by   Ar-en
    THANK YOU!!!!!
  7. by   PHLnurse
    Quote from Ar-en
    THANK YOU!!!!!
    Welcome Ar-en! Keep us all updated here
  8. by   deathproof24
    1. She didn't told me that i passed or failed the written exams2. She asked me if i had plans to study like getting an MA or something i told her yes.3. I didn't speak in an offensive manner or gave an offensive answermy interview lasted for about 15 shes sort of in a hurry .
  9. by   PHLnurse
    Quote from deathproof24
    1. She didn't told me that i passed or failed the written exams2. She asked me if i had plans to study like getting an MA or something i told her yes.3. I didn't speak in an offensive manner or gave an offensive answermy interview lasted for about 15 shes sort of in a hurry .
    The only part where I think you may have had a problem was the written exam. Because as far as I'm concerned, the HR should tell the applicants around 30-45 minutes after the exam if they passed or failed. The 30-45 minutes was our break time and that was also the time when she checked our papers. Are all of your fellow applicants NOT informed of the results of the exam?

    I don't think they have anything against taking up MA because I honestly told her that I want to pursue Masters in Nursing. All interviews last for 15 minutes or less. Scheds for interviews are by 15 minutes. One is scheduled for 1:00pm, 1:15pm, so on. We all were given our own time. And as you said, you didn't say anything offensive so I don't think there was a problem with your interview.
  10. by   deathproof24
    from what i can remember, if my memory serves me right, my fellow applicants who was given envelopes was not told if they passed the exam.
  11. by   PHLnurse
    Quote from deathproof24
    from what i can remember, if my memory serves me right, my fellow applicants who was given envelopes was not told if they passed the exam.
    Last thing, this might be a silly question but from all your fellow applicants, pang-ilan ka ininterview?
    Last edit by Esme12 on Sep 18, '12 : Reason: moderator note...english only please.
  12. by   deathproof24
    isn't it that if you're sched for an interview then that automatically means that you passed the written exams??
  13. by   PHLnurse
    Quote from deathproof24
    isn't it that if you're sched for an interview then that automatically means that you passed the written exams??
    I was actually thinking of that too. But I have thought that during our time, the names of all who passed were announced IN FRONT OF EVERYONE. Same goes for some of my friends during their day of interview. The names will be called one by one. Fortunately, everyone in our batch passed. But look at it this way, if someone failed and wasn't called, it would be so much shame for that person since everyone will know that you failed. Just a thought. But that might not always be the case.

    Can you answer my previous question please?

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