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La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology
Research Technician II was asked...May 7, 2014

What are your future plans, and what type of time commitment can you make for this position.

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Be honest. This is a basic question and if you don't have a five year plan yet start with that before you show up to an interview. Less

Massachusetts General Hospital

Tell me about your previous research experience

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I summarized what I wrote on my resume

American Preclinical Services

"Out of all the other applicants, why should we hire YOU?"

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I am perfect for this company because I have a wildly varried background yet I have spent the last 10 years of my life training for this job and a company just like yours. You will not find anyone on the outside more devoted to what you do here then me. Let me prove to you how valuable I really am. Thank you. Less

Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Describe a scenario in which you worked on a team.

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If there is a large project, it is vital to assign each member one part.

UT Southwestern Medical Center

What are your plans for the future?

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I plan on applying to medical school in the next 1-2 years.

Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

Tell us about your experience.

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Answered with my background in the field.

UT Southwestern Medical Center

What are your future plans?

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I guess this is a difficult question because you're walking a fine line. He knows you're probably not sticking around more than a year or two, but you also have to come across as enthusiastic about the opportunity. My advice is to simply come across as intellectually interested in the project. Ask questions during the interview if you can. Less

Massachusetts General Hospital

How do you think that you will the fit the role?

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I mapped job requirements with the experience that was mentioned in my resume.

Duke University

What is your greatest strength? How will your skills allow you to contribute directly to this research? And what are your goals for the future?

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Indicate that you are independent, but teachable. indicate that you are patient, and hard-working. Indicate that your work is careful and consistent. Indicate that your goals include a career in a specific area of science, if you can...that perhaps you love the area the P.I. is interested in - if it is true. Less

Duke University

Previous work experience.

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I described my previous projects.

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