Absolutely, I can always find something productive that needs doing. I am very motivated to do a good job at what I take on and I like to stay busy. I am a self motivator and I take great pride in my job as a nurse.
The best way to answer this question again is, to be honest. Asses yourself and talk about yourself in length. Do not be overconfident as it will break the deal. Be confident and talk about your skills, relationships with the people at work and performance.
Be honest while answering this question, because you will have to provide them with the mark sheets and the mark sheets will give away the truth. Talk about the subjects that you loved during your school days. Tell them about the subjects you found difficult and tell them the reasons too.
Stress is very important to me. With stress, I do the best possible job. The appropriate way to deal with stress is to make sure I have the correct balance between good stress and bad stress. I need good stress to stay motivated and productive. I react to situations, rather than to stress. That way, the situation is handled and doesn't become stressful.
No, I enjoy the personal contact with my patients and the comradeship with my colleagues unique to nursing. I chose to become a nurse because I find the field fascinating. I plan on advancing my career as a nurse, not a doctor.
Recruiters will also want to determine if you have the confidence to admit your failings and learn from your mistakes. In addition, this type of question is another device for uncovering your weaknesses to determine whether you have the right stuff to get the job done.
To answer this question, make sure that you are positive. Talk about the compliments you get from your employers and from your co-workers. Tell them how your co-workers feel about you. For example, ‘My co-workers tell me that I am very hardworking and that I communicate well with the patients.' Give more such instances and you will be good to go.
Do not hesitate to answer this question, agree to it instantly. If you hesitate then the interviewer will think that you have something to hide, they will think that you have a bad reputation in the previous workplace. So, don't let them think this and see to it that you agree to the question immediately. If you are currently working, then tell them that refer to the hospital once you get the job.
While answering this question, you will have to be realistic. Don't talk about high expectations instead be reasonable. Research about the company and then set your expectations. Talk about the career growth that you expect after joining this hospital.
Stick to the facts, while you answer this question. Talk about your day to day work and how you handle the projects. Do not complain about your workplace. Talk about the values you provided your previous employers with. Do not boast about the work you do. Just stick to the facts and you will do just fine.