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Liverpool John Moores Nursing Interview Questions & Tips

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​Applicants must have English Language and Mathematics GCSEs at a C or above, along with a minimum of 2 A Levels including General Studies. The average A Level offer is BBC.  All shortlisted applicants will be invited to a selection process consisting of an individual interview.
 
LJMJ is perhaps best set apart from other universities offering a Nursing degree through its aim to make an ‘international opportunity available to every student.’ You will be able to study abroad as part of your degree – for Nursing this will be in Europe or in Africa. You may alo be able to attend a two week summer school with one of LJMJ’s international partners. This is perfect for students interested in understanding how global health works, and how other countries work to deliver health care. There are opportunities currently in Finland and Uganda.

Additionally, the lecturing staff at Liverpool John Moores University are very highly regarded, and you will benefit from tuition from a wide range of staff who are active both clinically and in research. 

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​What do Liverpool John Moores Look for?

Liverpool John Moores looks for applicants to interview based on their current qualifications, their predicted grades, their references and personal statement. In the personal statement and at interview, LJMJ is looking for the following characteristics:

  • Evidence of voluntary, paid or life experiences of caring for adults.
  • A clear commitment to Adult Nursing.
  • A clear commitment to providing the best possible treatment and support to those in their care,
  • A strong desire to continually develop and improve their skills as an Adult Nurse and Nursing practice as a whole.
  • Evidence of excellent communication skills
  • Good time management skills
  • Evidence of a willingness to work flexible shift patterns and long hours (you should see this as a chance to show resilience and your hard working nature)
  • An evidenced ability to combine academic study, clinical work and family/social life
  • A very strong commitment to your studies and to your work.

​What do previous students say?

Previous students explain that the interview wasn’t overly stressful, with interviewers doing their best to be kind and understanding. You should expect a one on one interview, with a lecturer, or a panel interview involving a lecturer alongside a student nurse or other member of staff. In general you should expect three or four questions (meaning the interview may be seen as a structured panel interview). The interview normally takes around ten minutes. Before the interview you will be shown a powerpoint presentation describing the course and the university in detail. Don’t expect the questions to be anything out of the ordinary – they are likely to focus on motivation and insight into Nursing.


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​Some Key Questions for Liverpool John Moores Interviews

  • When did you first think about becoming a nurse?
  • What are you most looking forward to about becoming a nurse?
  • What do you think will be the most challenging parts of being a nurse?
  • What personal attributes does a good nurse need?
  • What are the 6Cs of nursing?
  • Tell us about some current healthcare issues in the news.
  • What challenges does the NHS currently face?
  • What do you think the term resilience means?
  • Tell us about a challenge or struggle that you have faced.
  • How will you deal with the pressures of studying here?
  • How can you show that you have the resilience to make it through this degree?
  • How will you deal with the pressure of working as a nurse?
  • What do you think about being a lifelong learner?
  • What do you do to take your mind of stress?
  • How would you deal with the death of a patient?
  • What are your biggest strengths?
  • What are your greatest weaknesses?
  • Are you good at managing your time?
  • Are you organised?
  • What ambitions do you have?
  • Why is communication so important to being a nurse?
  • Tell us about the MDT and its role in healthcare today.
  • Are you a good leader?
  • Tell us about a time that a team you were part of failed, and how that impacted your team.
  • Tell us about a time that your communication skills helped your team to succeed.
  • Tell us about a time that you found it tough to communicate with someone else. 

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