MHA Interview Questions & Answers
Difficulty rating 6 / 10
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Graduate Management Scheme
Difficulty rating 60.0 / 100
Interview processThe interview was in Derby, a little way away from me in Manchester. The day was very well organised and each individual was only there for s short space of time. The interview process was more of an assessment center day. I started at 11.00 and was done for the day by 2.30.
The day consisted of;
1. Short presentation on how you thought 'health care providing agencies were failing to meet the needs of the elderly'
2. A 20 minute group exercise in which you had to choose one thing to do to make the care home you were supposed to be managing better for the residents.
3. A short interview with 2 people in the room.
Most difficult questionThe wasn't really anything that was that difficult. It was just simple past experience questions really.
Interview tipsThey hadn't informed me in advance that they were looking for a person to start in March. I couldn't do this as i am yet to graduate in July! everyone else I interviewed with had graduated. So if you are ever invited, it may be worth asking beforehand when they want you to start.
Experiences at the assessment centreThe group that reached this stage was very small, about 8 of us in total. We were asked to pretend to be managers of a care home that was going to implement something new to make the care home better. The board had given some proposed ideas that they had already costed and it was up to you as a group to choose within 20 minutes which you would go for and then you would feedback to the board- who were the interviewers.
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
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