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How should you prepare for an interview at NHS?

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Be prepared for stupid questions for non clinical roles from a tick sheet. If you don’t make enough ticks you don’t get the job. Experience means nothing nor does personality it’s about how many points you score. It’s disgusting!

Research any job offers thouroughly.

More and more cause maybe I can be free to take responsibility of my Family

For a Nursing Assistant the interview isn't difficult.

It contains:

-Basic Maths and English test.

-Basic written questions about how you would handle situations.

-Short interview (lasted 5 mins)

Why do you want the job?

What hours do you want?

Would you work nights?

Basic care questions.


This is about 4 hours long, but most of the time you're waiting for others to be interviewed.


If you're successful, you then go to a week of classroom training 9-5, Mon-Fri. It is non paid, but in depth and useful. In your training you get a small test to pass.


Then you are on the wards for 3-5 placements. A nurse signs you off as able and then you can book shifts with bank or apply for a role on a ward.

Analytical officer

Read the job spec,

Examine your motivations and be prepared to self advocate.

Be yourself

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