Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Kaplan.
You will be doing a 10 min teach back which can be on absolutely anything . Do not include personal info into your teach back . This will be in front of 6-7 head honchos you must be able pull into by interest in your topic. You should Bring props and make a PowerPoint if you can . Have ques ready for them as an instructor would . Good luck!!
- How would you engage one student who was not interacting with the rest of class. Without being personal with them how would you help them help themsrlves 1 Answer
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I applied online. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Kaplan (Reno, NV) in October 2008.
I interviewed for MCAT specialist. Kaplan appears to be always interested in hiring this difficult-to-fill position. Had to take the MCAT pre-test and have good scores, present a short, non-academic lecture, but was welcomed and treated well.
This job is part-time, irregular hours. It is suitable for a high school science teacher, a grad student, or a bright, scientifically-minded stay-home-Mom (as I was.)
One thing to watch for is that you spend 1-2 hours prepping for each hour you work, and the prep hours are paid at $7/hour. It lowers the overall dollars per hour rate that you are earning, but if you're a teacher, you're already used to doing much of that same prep work for free, so $7/hour is a bonus.
- Having to prepare a 3-5 minute non-academic presentation was a bit of work. They really want it to be non-academic. 1 Answer
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The process took 2 days – interviewed at Kaplan (Brooklyn, NY) in September 2008.
Interview consists of one teaching presentation and interview with academic manager. If you look confident in front of the audience, and are qualified to teach the exams through your own test scores, you have the job.