In an interview, you should make the first 6 minutes and 25 seconds count, as this is the amount of time you have to make a good impression and get your dream job, as reported by Daily Mail. After working diligently to come up with an excellent resume, you landed an interview. As the saying goes, you get only one chance to make an excellent first impression, and you should utilise it well. You will be asked job-specific questions, your past experiences, and why you are a better fit than your competitors. To ensure that you are called back, engage general interview practices, and most importantly, showcase specific examples of why you are most qualified for the dental assistant job.
Show your organizational skills and drive for team spirit
A dental assistant must be very efficient and organized, according to the General Dental Council (GDC). They need to ensure that correct tools are in the right place and are easily accessible for proper treatment. As such, reassure your…
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