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- 0Dec 16, '10 by paolountalan26Hi,
I am a newly graduate nurse who's about to have an interview at the Cairlion Clinic in Va next week. Do you know what questions will be asked of me??? Anyone here who had an interview with Carilion Clinic. I really want to get the job.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
- 0Dec 16, '10 by smn2010paolountalan26:
congratualations on your upcoming interview!!!
i don't think anyone from carilion or anywhere else can tell you what questions will be asked. unless you are interviewing with a city/state or federal agency, every job usually is being posted by different departments, different managers, who have their own group of questions. just be prepared to answer interview questions, in general. i would suggest you do a search of "interview questions for nurses." if you "practice" answering these questions prior to the interview, it will help you tremendously; however, don't be too eager to respond too quickly when asked a questions because you will look as though you memorized your answers.
i am not sure what specialty (i.e. correctional, psych...) you are interviewing for; but you can also check the allnurses.com website, by specialty, because there is usually someone who has asked a similar question.
good websites that have nurse interview questions are located at:
know your strengths! (examples: ability to multi-task, compassionate, good work ethics..) know your weaknesses; and don't be afraid to say what they are!!! (examples: my time management is often affected because i like to take the time to get to know my patients as i build a repoire with them.....because i like to review my patient medications before they are administered, i sometimes take a little longer during my medication pass when i have new patients or new medications that i am not familiar with....) these "weaknesses" are actually "strengths" if you can convey them properly; and the interviewer will probably tell you so. additionally, be abe to provide the interviewer with ways you are working to combat these weaknesses so they become strengths.
...didn't mean to write so much......just trying to help out. but, look at the questions in the links above. take your time and actually write a response to each of the ones that appear "difficult" to answer, at first glance. this will help you to organize your thoughts, if the questions are actually asked. i bet you will get similar questions during your interview you will be prepared, in advance.
good luck with your interview!!!