If you are a potential certified nursing assistant then you should probably be wary of the fact that there will be an interview if you have applied for a job in any medical institution. Here is a list of top ten certified nursing assistant interview questions that the panel can ask:

  • Why have you chosen to become a Certified Nursing Assistant?
  • What according to you are the job duties that a Certified Nursing assistant needs to fulfil? This particular question is asked to see whether you are aware of the responsibilities and are prepared to be professional certified nursing assistants
  • What according to you are the negative aspects of being a Certified Nursing Assistant? A question which is probably asked to try and see if you are fit for the post, because if you start telling the panel many things you hate about being a certified nursing assistant then they will surely not grant you the job
  • Have you had any previous experience in this field?
  • Where do you see yourself five years from now?
  • This is probably one of the most widely asked interview questions and the best step forward to answer this question is be honest without stating anything that would prove negative in letting you get the job
  • How did you find the CNA course?
  • Have you had any cases of malpractice filed against you?
  • Are you aware of the importance of insurance policies in this field?
  • Why do you think you are best suited for this job?
  • What is the most rewarding thing about being a CNA?
There can be many more such questions. I have found at least 50 questions and their answer on this website, that will give you a good practice for interview.

Tired of Being a CNA

Wait for it, wait for it .... wait for your back to be trashed, your feet to be elephant size each night, wait for the nightmare that reoccurs on waking up and knowing you have to go to work and replay the same dreary, underpaid and overworked job again and again. If you are lucky maybe you will be able to zone out and numb the pain by pretending you are not there.

If you are a CNA or thinking about becoming one you might want to hear from others who already have the job, at a CNA forum ( tiredofbeingacna ), it’s not at all what they tell you it’s going to be, it's a lot worse.


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