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Interview Tips

An example of how to tackle Dental Nursing interview Questions. Created by industry experts to assist Trainee Dental Nurses in getting past the first stage of interviews. The questions are what you will typically be asked at an interview of this nature.

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Top 3 questions asked during Dental Nursing interviews

There are plenty of interview tips available online, however there are very few geared towards the medical profession, Dental Nursing tips are extremely rare. Interviewing whilst study for a Diploma in dental nursing can be a stressful period. To assist you during that dreaded interview we have compiled a comprehensive list of for you dental nursing interview. Good Luck.

Why do you want to be a trainee dental nurse?

Example of a good answer: I want to become a dental nurse because there are fantastic progression paths within the industry through further training. Also I am really enjoying my course and would love to gain some practical experience in a clinic environment.

What skills do you possess that would make you a good Dental Nurse?

Example of a good answer: I have a genuine interest in the welfare of patients, I possess excellent practical skills. I calm, confident and able to communicate with patients in a comforting and reassuring manner.
I am also an organised and positive team player who is able to relate to people of all classes including children and those with special needs.

How do you cope under pressure?

Example of a good answer: I am a calm and methodical person who is able to think outside the box when problem solving, I believe that my positive can do attitude helps in turning negative stress into a positive energy.

Top 3 Questions to ask at your interview

 

  • If I wanted to develop my career would any assistance be given?
  • Will I get the opportunity to utilise my skills that I am learning on my course
  • Would the practice support me with my ROE should I be successful?

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