Radiology Mock Interview

To help you prepare for your Radiology interview, here are 62 interview questions and answer examples.

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Do you consider yourself a strong decision maker? How do you go about making a difficult decision?

Are you skilled when it comes to making decisions? As a Radiologist you will be required to make difficult decisions and recommendations when it comes to patients. Talk to the hiring manager about your ability to do so.

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62 Radiology Interview Questions & Answers

  • 1. Do you consider yourself a strong decision maker? How do you go about making a difficult decision?

  • 2. Tell me about your favorite patient. What was the situation?

  • 3. If you encountered a resident that was characteristically difficult what would you do?

  • 4. What is the biggest change you would make in your current role?

  • 5. Tell me about a workplace conflict. What was the situation and how did you handle it?

  • 6. What are the 3 biggest assets you would bring to this unit?

  • 7. Explain the Gamma Knife treatment.

  • 8. What is radiosurgery?

  • 9. What is radiofrequency ablation of liver tumors?

  • 10. How does radiation affect cell development?

  • 11. How much radiation can the human body handle?

  • 12. How much radiation do you receive from a single chest x-ray?

  • 13. What personality types do you best work with?

  • 14. Which organs are most affected by radiation?

  • 15. Is there a medication available that helps people with radiation exposure?

  • 16. How flexible is your schedule? Do you mind being asked to stay late or cover for a colleague?

  • 17. How do you feel about working in an environment that may expose you to negative effects in the long term?

  • 18. What are some of the long term physical effects of radiation exposure?

  • 19. What are some of the short term effects of radiation exposure?

  • 20. How would you respond if a fellow doctor criticized your work?

  • 21. How do you handle a difficult patient?

  • 22. Tell me about your most rewarding experience as a Radiologist.

  • 23. What is your greatest strength as a Radiologist?

  • 24. Where do you feel you have the most room for improvement in your career? What steps are you taking to improve in that area?

  • 25. How have you demonstrated leadership in your career?

  • 26. Are you experienced working with children as patients?

  • 27. Of the following, which are you most versed in interpreting: X-rays, CT scans, ultrasounds, or MRIs?

  • 28. Tell me about your residency. What was the most important thing that you learned?

  • 29. Tell me something about yourself that I wouldn't know from your CV/Resume.

  • 30. Walk me through your volunteer experience. How important is it to you that you give back to the community?

  • 31. Are you a member of any Radiology Organizations?

  • 32. What character trait are you most proud of? How does this trait help you to be successful on a daily basis?

  • 33. What medical journals do you read regularly?

  • 34. Describe a time that you have read a piece of research then implemented the findings into your workplace.

  • 35. Why did you choose your area of specialty in radiology?

  • 36. Describe a recent problem you had with one of your manager's decisions. How did you handle it?

  • 37. What do you think initiative is and how have you applied it to your jobs in the past?

  • 38. How do you fill downtime?

  • 39. Tell me about your education. Which courses were you most interested in? Which ones were the most difficult?

  • 40. What are your salary expectations?

  • 41. What type of work schedule are you looking for?

  • 42. What does endurance mean to you?

  • 43. The schedule shows 8 patients are due however only 5 showed up. How does that make you feel? What would you do?

  • 44. How do you go about securing buy-in from administration, physicians, department heads and your own staff?

  • 45. How do you demonstrate that you value people for who they are rather than for what they accomplish?

  • 46. What branch of radiology are you interested in?

  • 47. How would you handle a situation with tight deadlines, low employee morale, and inadequate resources?

  • 48. Tell me about your last performance review. What was mentioned about how you could improve? Any re-occurring themes?

  • 49. What is your relationship like with the other physicians you currently work with?

  • 50. Tell me your thoughts on ethics in the hospital.

  • 51. In your opinion, what are the top 3 qualities a radiologist should have?

  • 52. Would those who know you best say that you endure to the end or move on to other things?

  • 53. Where do you think radiology is going in the next 5 years?

  • 54. In your opinion, should radiology services be available 24/7?

  • 55. How do you prevent personal burnout?

  • 56. Have you ever made a mistake in the radiology field?

  • 57. Describe what you feel to be an ideal work environment.

  • 58. How do you respond to patients who are in chronic pain and perhaps in an unsavoury mood?

  • 59. Why do you want to be a Radiologist? Was there a defining moment when you decided to choose radiology as a career path?

  • 60. Priorities often change suddenly throughout the day. If you are asked to do another task, how does that affect your mood? What if it's the third time before noon?

  • 61. What makes a good leader?

  • 62. Have you ever been described as compassionate? Do you feel that compassion is an important quality to have as a Radiologist?