Back to Course

Doctor Job Interview Skills. Doctor Job Interview Course.

0% Complete
0/80 Steps
      • Get a VIP Upgrade
    • Introduction
      • Our Philosophy on Online Learning 
      • Introduction
      • Your Questions Answered
      • Submit A Question
      • Have You Booked Coaching?
    • Preparing
      • Researching the Position
      • Reading Position Descriptions
      • BONUS LESSON – Apply this Job Alignment Method to accelerate your performance
      • Taking the Grid Alignment Process Further
      • What Are Selection Criteria?
      • Bonus Lesson – Essential Versus Desirable
      • Sometimes Its About Competencies
      • Trainee Position Description Example
      • IMG Position Description Example
      • Consultant Position Description Example
      • Actually! Its Always About Competencies
      • Trainee Competencies
      • IMG Competencies
      • Consultant Competencies
      • Researching the Panel and Process
      • Things to Get Ready
      • 3 Things to Take In With You
      • Bonus Video Lesson – A Sneak Peak Into My Portfolio
      • How to Dress?
      • Sourcing Questions
      • Creating Your Own
      • Have You Spoken with An Incumbent?
    • Practising
      • How to Practice – Lesson 1
      • How to Practice – Lesson 2
      • Smart Practice
      • Making A Good First Impression
      • Multiple Mini Interviews
    • Sign Posting
      • Sign Post Your Answers
      • Road Signs (Sign Posting 2021 Version)
      • Other Options for Road Signs
      • Key Issues
      • Key Issues plus Competencies
      • Key Issues with Style
      • Key Issues Micro to Macro
      • Key Issues Timeline
      • Behavioural Questions
      • Tell Us About Yourself?
      • Professional Scenarios
    • Question Frameworks
      • CAMP – Why You for the Job?
      • The STAR – Give Us An Example Of….?
      • What Sort of Examples to Prepare
      • CanMEDS – Hypothetical Questions
      • SPIES – Professional or Ethical Questions
      • RACE a Mnemonic for Clinical Scenario Questions
    • On The Day
      • Before You Go In
      • When You Go In. Smile
      • Countenance and Body Language
      • Why You Should Reference Your CV in the Interview
    • Specific Questions
      • Tell Us About Yourself / Why Should We Pick You?
      • How Have You Prepared?
      • What Are Your Strengths and Weaknesses?
      • The Clinical Problem Question
      • Work Conflict
      • Example Questions Revisited
      • The Do You Have Any Questions?, Question
      • What to Do if You Get Stumped
      • Illegal Or Discriminatory Questions
    • Afterwards
      • Write Down The Questions
      • Sending a Thank You
    • Advanced Techniques – Caution
      • C-SCARR
      • Advanced Questions to Ask the Panel
    • Video Interviews
      • How to Ace a Video Interview
    • Student Generated Extra Questions
      • Demonstrating You Have Done Enough Research
      • Giving an Example of Using Research in Practice
      • Demonstrating Patient or Person Centred Care
      • Are Notes OK In the Interview
      • Why Should We Give You This Job / Not Give You This Job?
      • Example of Professionalism
    • Course Certificate & Assignment
      • Assignment
      • Get Your Certificate and Digital Badge
    • Thank You
      • Thank You
    • Coaching Services
      • Discounted Coaching

  • Recently Active Members

We recommend that you read your CV regularly. There are a number of reasons why this makes sense:

Please login for access. Login

Firstly, you will obviously spend a fair degree of time reading it and re-reading it prior to submitting your application in order to ensure that it is up to date, relevant to the job you are applying for and represents you in the best light.

But after you have submitted your CV and application you should not forget about your CV.

You should also review your CV in the period between applying and being notified about your interview for the purpose of practising examples from your work and other history.

I recommend doing the following:

A few days prior to your interview you should read your CV again. Make sure everything remains correct (somethings do change) and make a note of any new information. Unless there is a really significant change you do not need to submit a new CV.

Ensure you have read what you have said about yourself in your CV in particular to anything in relation to College training, your career goal statement or work achievements.

You want to avoid the embarrassment of an interviewer asking you a question about your CV and not being able to remember what you wrote in your CV.

For this reason, it’s always a good idea to take a copy of your CV with you to the interview so that you can refer to it easily.

If you are new to the site and wish to view this lesson please subscribe below prior to viewing the free lesson. If you are already registered or have access to the course then you do not need to complete the form below.

Free Interview Skills Lesson Registration


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *