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Medical technologist Interview Questions

"Labs depend on their medical technologists to be able to interpret tests on blood and bodily fluids, but also to know how to convey their findings to other healthcare professionals. In an interview context, be prepared to answer technical questions, describe the equipment you are proficient in operating, and provide prior lab experience. You may be presented with potential workplace stressors, such as uncooperative patients or co-workers, so think about how you would handle these scenarios. Ultimately, as you will be working alongside others, show that you are a team player by emphasizing that your presence will be a motivational and essential contribution."

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How do I handle situations when the emergency department is busy and an analyzer goes down?

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I calmly prioritize. I make sure the ER doctor and nurses know that results will take longer than normal. I call tech support to start the troubleshooting process, all the while making sure to get the process the samples I am able to process and result.

What was the most stressful thing about your clinical rotation?

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How would you deal with a difficult coworker or patient?

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What is the ultimate goal?

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Gave me a micro test about the biochemical and morphological characteristics of several organisms.

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What can you do to promote teamwork?

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not even asked any question they just want to show equal opportunity is given to many people for the job and they know who they want to hire

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Are you licensed?

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They asked me to describe my previous experience that related to the job I was applying for.

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Can you work weekends or overtime

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