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It's ok but 9 times out of 10 the job nearly always goto someone working in the office already who are temporary. I had 20 interviews once one after the other to be told someone slid into the post. You have to carry on though as you will get the job you want eventually. I did. At least you get practice to score high and they look out for key words and you will see them write it down. Confidentiality for example or safeguarding.

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Can anyone give me any help with what the maths test is based on? I’m not really good at maths and would like to try and do some revision on it beforehand. Thanks

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Think before you answer go to the point

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30 with the option of overtime

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No because I am on my own at most of the out of hours departments that I work at you need to be at the reception at all times in case patients come in.

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Be aware of targets for the nhs

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Very as need to be able to think on your feet

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