I graduate in May 2007 with my R.N. I worked as a student nurse extern this past summer in the O.R. at Washington Hospital Center. I recently applied to Johns Hopkins Bayviews Burn ICU and got a phone call immediately. They asked me to come down for an interview on the 27th of September. I'm really looking forward to doing so, and went out and got a new Ann Taylor suit to wear to my interview (gotta look good, right?). Anyhow, what can I expect out of this interview? What are some good questions to ask? I assume they're interested in me because if not, they wouldn't have called me in for an interview 8 months prior to graduation. I really want to land this job before graduation. If anybody could give me some good advice out there, I'd really appreciate it. I grew up in with a dad who is a firefighter, which is my attraction to the Burn ICU, plus I spent some time in the Burn ICU this summer in D.C. I'd appreciate any and all feedback - thanks and keep your fingers crossed for me on Wednesday the 27th!!!
Jess, Nursing Student
Sep 22, '06
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Sep 28, '06
In my opinion, interviews are sooooooo overrated. Just answer their questions and look them in the directly in the eye.