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What do you write in a personal statement for nursing school?

Your nursing personal statement should tell the universities you are applying to all about your strengths and where you see yourself in the future as a nurse. It should give nursing admissions tutors a good picture of who you are and why you would make a valuable candidate for their course.

What to say when asked what can you contribute?

The best way to answer questions about your contributions to the company is to give examples of what you have accomplished in the past, and to relate them to what you can achieve in the future. First of all, be sure to have researched the company prior to the interview, so you are familiar with the company’s mission.

What can you bring to this role examples?

Teamwork. “I can see from the job description that this role will require a lot of teamwork. I love being part of a team and I think that my communication skills add a lot of value here.

What are your abilities examples?

For example:Good communication skills.Critical thinking.Working well in a team.Self-motivation.Being flexible.Determination and persistence.Being a quick learner.Good time management.

What are the top 3 strengths that you would bring to this role?

Some examples of strengths you might mention include:Enthusiasm.Trustworthiness.Creativity.Discipline.Patience.Respectfulness.Determination.Dedication.

How do you describe someone who is good with words?

articulate: having or showing the ability to speak fluently and coherently. eloquent: fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing. fluent: able to express oneself easily and articulately. expressive: effectively conveying thought or feeling.