Audiology Graduates Need to Read These Top Tips
09th Nov, 2016
How do you become an Audiologist?
- Why did you choose a career in Audiology?
- What can you bring to a team?
- What are your strengths and weaknesses when it comes to working?
- Walk me through your process for initially examining patients
- What type of rehabilitation training do you most enjoy and consider yourself best at?
- What age group do you prefer working with and why?
What to wear
Use positive body language
- Touching your face
- Crossing your arms
- Drumming your fingers
- Looking down
Research the organisation
Send your CV straight to the right person
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