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Top 25 Typist Interview Questions

Question 1 of 25
How do you stay organized?
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Question 2 of 25
How do you prioritize your work when you have multiple deadlines to meet?
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"I use a calendar to be reminded of upcoming meetings and deadlines, as well as daily/weekly to-do lists, by prioritizing the most important duties, to ensure I am on top of things. I review and amend my lists every morning, throughout the day, and in the afternoon before leaving for the day."
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Question 3 of 25
How do you handle pressure and stressful situations?
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"I thrive under pressure and always remain calm in stressful situations. I sincerely believe that exercising on a regular basis significantly helps me stay calm in stressful situations."
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Question 4 of 25
Why did you choose to pursue a career as a Typist?
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"I wish to work as a Typist because (X reasons) and as I am highly meticulous and detail-oriented, I know I am in the right field."
Tell the interviewer what motivated you to apply for this position. Answer this question by mentioning, e.g., how passionate you are about this field and why.
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Question 5 of 25
Tell me about a time where you had to take on a leadership role. Did you enjoy it and if so, why?
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Question 6 of 25
What is your greatest weakness, and what are you doing to improve in that area?
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Question 7 of 25
What is your greatest strength and how will it help you to be a successful Typist?
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Question 8 of 25
Why are you the best candidate for us?
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Question 9 of 25
What do you know about our company?
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Question 10 of 25
Name 3 vital skills that all Typists should have mastered.
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Question 11 of 25
Are you experienced in shorthand typing?
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Question 12 of 25
Tell me about your post-secondary education and how it prepared you for this position.
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Question 13 of 25
What are your short term goals?
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Question 14 of 25
How many words per minute can you type?
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Question 15 of 25
What duties are the easiest and the most difficult for you to perform in a Typist capacity?
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Question 16 of 25
Have you ever worked as a Typist for larger firms? If so, walk me through your typical tasks and tell me which you enjoyed the most.
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Question 17 of 25
Tell me the programs and software that you are best versed in. What is your level of proficiency in each?
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Question 18 of 25
Do you prefer copy typing or audio typing, and which method do you consider your strongest?
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Question 19 of 25
Are you multilingual? If so, what is you strongest language?
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Question 20 of 25
How strong is your punctuation and grammar?
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Question 21 of 25
If a co-worker called in sick, thus doubling your workload for the day, how would you react?
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Question 22 of 25
Tell me about your punctuality and attendance record in your most recent position.
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Question 23 of 25
In your latest performance review, what did your employer have to say about the quality of your work?
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Question 24 of 25
What are your long term career goals?
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Question 25 of 25
Much of your work as a Typist will include working with spreadsheets. Do you have beginner, intermediate or advanced Excel skills?
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Question 1 of 25
How do you stay organized?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
Everything goes on my calendar, in my diary and occasionally a reminder on my phone. I also like to use to do lists - daily and weekly.
2.
As soon as I come I will first see which one to type first... My secreat is to give more time to the more difficult letter and more urgent ones then concentrate on the easy tasks.
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Receive the work in the morning and put them in order of importance, i. E. Court dates etc.
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I make notes, set reminders on my smartphone and I always write it on my whiteboard calendar. To-do lists are also a big help for me, and I think that's what helps me stay organized the most.
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I use a planner, as well as my calendar with reminders. I also use notes for other reminders throughout the day.
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I keep on top of my work load and organise my work in to the most urgent first.
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By preparing myself, writing lists or doing tasks lists on Outlook and keeping my work load flowing at a steady pace.
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By making list and keeping a calendar of tasks to be completed.
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I stay tidy, as it helps me think clearly. I also make lists or to do task notes so I don't lose track of my work load.
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I keep a note of any important events in a calendar. I organise my files and keep things tidy so I know where to find them.
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I like to male lists of priorities (most important at the top) and work through the list. This is so everything that needs to get done, gets done. This is to prevent anything being forgotten about.
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Working properly and attaining the target.
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I have a desk at my house that I keep stuff organized on and in certain piles.
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I often stay organized by keeping a mental note in my head of were things are.
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I always like to complete my work within time so I can easily stay organized .
Question 2 of 25
How do you prioritize your work when you have multiple deadlines to meet?
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You prioritize your according to its urgency and least urgent tasks follow.
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I talk to the various clients as to when they absolutely have to have their transcript completed. I make sure I spend adequate amounts of time on each task in order to get the task completed on time.
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I have done it easily the past. I have always looked at the most recent and most import files to transribe first depending on the medical situation and the appointment and how far the letter has to travel.
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At that time I take a look what is the first importance and seriouly I convience that.
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Prioritise the work accordingly and strive to meet the deadlines.
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I try to do the one piece of work that's due the soonest, then the next, and so on.
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I write a list with the most important work first. If I have any questions regarding priority of a certain job I will refer to my supervisor in order to be the most effective.
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I usually try to complete the simplest tasks first so that I will have more time to work on the more complicated tasks.
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By starting with what is due 1st.
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I prioritise the work load with what is the most important, and what needs done by a certain date.
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I plan by what is the most important or what requires more time to work.
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I will adjust my time while working.
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Prioritising is very important. I do this every day by deciding what the most important job needs doing first. The most urgent duty.
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I work on them from the time I get up to the time I go to bed and I switch the assignment every so often so I get something done on all of them!
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I will first prior to the tough work and then I do the rest of work easily.
Question 3 of 25
How do you handle pressure and stressful situations?
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I handle stressful situations by being calm or grab some coffee so it lessen my stress.
2.
It depends what the stressful situation is.
3.
I just say that god is with me as I am a very spiritual person and believe that being positive and working hard god will help me out of every situation however difficult it is.
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When pressure is high I fully calm on my aim because I knew it I can do it if I am still stay calm '
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I will handle stressful situations by knowing the mind of higher person.
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I handle stressful situations okay.
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I keep calm and relax the I contineu doing my work.
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I try to de-stress, think, and focus more on whatever needs to be done.
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I take a deep breath, review what needs to be done step by step, and I complete it one thing at a time.
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Focusing on the task at hand and concentrating hard.
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By putting my head down and keeping on top of my work load.
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I keep calm breath deeply and remind myself that I can do this. I also seek help where I can get it if I feel it's needed.
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By remaining calm and trying to help get to the root cause of the frustration of the client.
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I breathe, and learn to focus my stress into concentration rather than panic.
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I handle them well. There is no use in sitting and stressing as there is usually no time for that anyway so I just try to power through and stay calm during work.
Question 4 of 25
Why did you choose to pursue a career as a Typist?
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I tried casual primary teaching and found it too stressful. I like tutoring small numbers of students and the office environment is peaceful after my teaching experience.
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This was my first job, I have always loved doing it as I love have a knowledge about our body.
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I want to stabilize my future.
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It was what I was good at, so I pursued my career as a typist.
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I enjoy typing and I'd like to think that I'm good at it, and I've honestly been wanting a job doing it for a while now.
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I enjoy working in an environment where what is expected of me is different each day. I like working with others, and I like the satisfaction of completing a challenging task.
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I really enjoy typing. To me it's an insight into another world.
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This is what I enjoy doing & I love a challenge.
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I enjoy administration and all aspects. I believe my skills are well suited to this role and I enjoy typing and helping bring structure to a company in this way.
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I am good at it and enjoy it and would like a new environment.
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Because I know well the cimputers.
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My ambition is to be a typist.
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I really enjoy typing and felt that this is the path for me to pursue this passion of mine.
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From this position I want to reach a good and responsible position.
Question 5 of 25
Tell me about a time where you had to take on a leadership role. Did you enjoy it and if so, why?
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In secondary 2 I was appointed to lead our PBL project.
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When I had to train a colleague at work i. E. Using the correct format for typing specific documents.
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I was a founding member of the bathurst Multiple Birth Association. I was secretary and playgroup coordinator. Sometimes there were personality clashes between members of the committee - I had to rise above these clashes and show leadership skills for the good of the community.
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I have worked as a Team Leader, where I have prioritized my work and allocated my work depending the the good and the excellent transcriptionists. I have made templates for the difficult people. I have taken leader ship in arranging trip to Haven with 8 families and convincing everyone that it is going to be great for kids because no one wanted to stay in the caravan as its something very different for indian people.
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I have never had to use any leadership skills.
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There was a time when a child needed attention and I had to take charge of the class and continue to perform as if nothing was going on.
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I used leadership skills while I worked in Tesco Health & Well being because I had to teach the team that I worked on how to use a software package.
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Employee's were getting discourage because they were working so many hours. I worked every day encouraging them and letting them know that they were doing a great job and that they were a very important part of the company.
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When I was in charge of leading a team in my previous work and had to ensure they met all the standards and guidelines of their job roles, as well as ensuring they were happy and could work well together, and doing the best job they could.
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During work, nobody in charge was around for hours so I used my own initiative.
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Confident and quick decisions.
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I should use my leadership skills when there is a critical position.
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There was a time where there should have been 6 staff members at work in my department but there were 3. One of the team members that was absent was the team leader which left me as the next most experienced team member. I took the role of team leader and made sure all the duties were being carried out, that everyone was working to their full potential and just giving emotional support due to the strain of having only half the team in.
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At Welfare Department for typing Malayalam and I had studied all to type in Malayalam.
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In my school days I was elected as class people leader and I used to participate in function organising.
Question 6 of 25
What is your greatest weakness, and what are you doing to improve in that area?
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Hitting the plateau. And riding it out to the next level.
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I do talk a lot and talk without thinking about. May be trying to practice my listening skills a bit.
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Communication skills and will trying to manage.
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I sometimes take my work too seriously and will stay late to get it finished.
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My greatest weakness is being too much of a perfectionist. I need to learn to be comfortable with reviewing and editing corrections without needing to search for something to be wrong and wasting valuable time.
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I am my own worst critique that only motivates me to the best version of myself there is.
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In the past, I was afraid to stand up for myself. I have learned that if someone seems irritated with me then I need to just approach them in a sincere way and ask them if there is something that I am doing that is upsetting them or anything that I can help them with.
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My greatest weakness is my confidence and feeling I am not good enough. In order for me to improve it I am starting to believe in myself and that I am the best I can be.
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Making mistakes. Practicing.
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My greatest weakness is doing spelling mistakes. Now, while I am typing I have reduced my spelling mistake.
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I would say my greatest weakness is public interaction. In my current role I do not have much contact with patients but I always assist if they ever struggle to find where they need to go. This is relevant as I believe I will be dealing with phone queries and speaking to patients.
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Weakness is to browse computer and now I am not doing likewise.
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I want everything to be perfect. If have done any mistake I want to make to perfect. Recalling my mistakes and trying to not do that again.
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No weakness, Iwill practice more and more.
Question 7 of 25
What is your greatest strength and how will it help you to be a successful Typist?
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My greatest strength is my command of English. It helps me as a typist because I do not have to keep referring to a dictionary or relying on spell check on the computer.
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Hardwork and meeting deadline in time.
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Friendly, approachable, hardworking and organised.
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My greatest strength is my attention to detail. As I said before, I put a lot of importance on properly making sure my tasks are completed correctly and in a timely manner.
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I wok well on my own and like to get a job finished well.
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I am computer proficient and for this role, I type 80 words per minute.
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Determination and a caring nature.
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My greatest strength is my passion as it will drive me forward in this job especially through stressful or difficult times.
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The ability to concentrate, making me quick and precise.
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Greatest strenght is work hard.
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Fast typing. In a critical position I will help you by my fast typing.
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I believe my greatest strength is that I am thorough. This will help me in this role to deliver each given task to the best of my ability, to perfect it.
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In Fast typing I can complete each and every sheet. I am having a good figured position to type.
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I used to think positive. So I can't feel stress. I can do my work easily.
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My greatest stength is complete job on time.
Question 8 of 25
Why are you the best candidate for us?
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1.
I love the field and can work independently in such an atmosphere.
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I am good at English and I can type fast. I will produce medical reports efficiently and accurately.
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Hardworking, high achieving and gettin g the work done in hte right time.
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My qualification and work experience is suitable for the job.
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I have the qualifications and I feel I am the right candidate for the job.
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I feel I am the best candidate because of my strong clerical skills including my proficiency in computer programs, being able to multi-task and my diligence to details. Also my experience working first hand in a front office of a school. Including my current position as a teacher aide working with behavioral and special needs children and understanding how special they are.
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I am reliable, efficient and work well under pressure.
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I am loyal, hardworking and easily motivated. I can type and so I have the skills required for the role.
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Because I am dedicated, dependable and I will do what it takes to get the job done.
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Because I am organised, positive, a good team player, use my own initiative, and have the right skills.
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I am ready and looking forward to a career like this.
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Because I know computer well.
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I am the best candidate for your company because I am a talented women.
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I am reliable, punctual, hardworking, I currently use the system that the hospital ises and am a confident typist.
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I will complete the work as per schedule and will come daily and If I am taking leave will inform properly.
Question 9 of 25
What do you know about our company?
User-Submitted Answers
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Pathology West is located at Orange hospital and carries out a wide range of tests for the community.
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NHS national health service everyone knows about it and wants to work here.
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It is the NHS Health service, and they are a good company to work for.
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I know your company has more challenging children than traditional general education public schools. You are much better equipped to handle more severe behavioral and educational needs of these special kids.
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It specialises in orthopaedics.
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I understand the company offers Dictation, Transcription and Security Services.
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That you are there to work for the public, and to give them the support and defense that they need.
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I know that you are a national health service which has a wide range of departments.
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It is the top leading health organisation.
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Your company is a nice company.
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I currently work within the King's trust in the Dental Institute, have done for 7 years. King's College Hospital is a large organisation spread over various sites, Princess Royal University Hospital for example. It has many departments, with many specialties. All treatment is free of charge, there can be waiting lists and also people can be denied treatment.
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Its a big company with a good leadership.
Question 10 of 25
Name 3 vital skills that all Typists should have mastered.
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Good typing speed without seeing on key board and softest touch on the keys.
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Typing no less than 46 wpm and a high school diploma.
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Typing agendas, minutes, typing speed above 50wpm, demonstrated experience in a clinical setting.
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Accuracy, efficiency and meeting the deadlines which can be done if one has got good medical knowledge and excellent typing skills.
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Good keyboard skills, concentration, good speller.
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If I had to guess, I'd say typing, computer skills, organizational skills, and motivation to get the tasks done accordingly.
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Proficiency in computer programs, multi-tasking, organizational skills, personable, team player, confidentiality, willing to learn new things, taking direction from others.
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Typing, accuracy, speed and concentration.
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Good typing skills. Good understanding of grammar. The ability to do the job.
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Accuracy, speed and customer service.
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Touch typing, good grammar and English, patience and a healthy work attitude.
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I believe good keyboard skills, knowledge of medical terminology, good organisational skills, and adhering to Data Protection and Freedom of Information are key.
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Speed typing, no mistakes, neat work and patience.
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In this position you need to be organised, a competent typist, lnoe your way around a computer and have good interpersonal skills.
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Typing in English and having a good knowledge in English.
Question 11 of 25
Are you experienced in shorthand typing?
Question 12 of 25
Tell me about your post-secondary education and how it prepared you for this position.
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I have a degree in Primary school teaching. I have also transcribed for nine years. My teaching background means that I am good at spelling and at using the English language. This is helpful in my typing career.
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I am a graduate in science and I always wanted to work in the science field and working in NHS has always been my dream since I came to UK.
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I studied intermediate and I have learned typing and I have prepared my carier as a typist.
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I had touch typing at school and received all my RSA certificates.
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Well as it said on my resume, I have an Associate's degree in Web Development. That definitely helped me with getting used to being on the computer a lot, and a small amount with typing. Before that, in high school, I took 2 or 3 classes in which I had to type frequently. I think those classes helped me realize my potential when it came to typing. I was one of the fastest in the class, sometimes hitting over 115 WPM.
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I am a graduation of Sayville High School. I would say the majority of my education is learning on the job. I have learned so many techniques, and programs in the years since I started working.
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I did office skills at college and have been a medical receptionist for 20 years.
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I first learned how to type whilst in Secondary School, then went on to do a PLC course where typing was one of the modules. My father taught myself and my sisters how to type. I also undertook a Pitman Training Course in 2015 which is ongoing at my own pace.
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Typewriting English Higher & Malayalam Lower with Office automation. Yes.
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I enrolled in all of the classes that I could in High school that would help me to learn to be as efficient as possible. After high school, I was able to continue learning in on the job training.
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I enjoyed administration at school. After completed Highers I went to study at college and also through work which has prepared me in many way for example, learning to get tasks done, how to not be overwhelmed by work situations, getting tasks completed in short spaces of time to an excellent standard.
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I typed frequently particularly in my dissertation and other reports. This plenty of practice has set me up nicely.
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My qualification is intermidiat my computer courses is in your hand.
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My education level is +2. I regularly go for typist class.
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After secondary school I went on to study Animal Care. This involved typing varies assignments which increased my typing speed and also when I discovered how much I enjoyed typing.
Question 13 of 25
What are your short term goals?
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Many years cause working as typist you lern how to type and incresing your typing speed.
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From the day I have stated typing I realised that is the careeer that I want to foll into and I dont want to change my mind about it for as long as I could and please find it in your heart to accept that as a career.
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For the rest of my life.
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For as long as I could.
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For as long as a could.
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For as long as I live.
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I am seeing many years yourself as a typist. I am a good typist. My typing spead is 44 without mistake.
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A very long time. While I was working at the solicitors, there was an older lady who had been there for years, since she was young. I looked up to her for that, I could see myself in her shoes at that age.
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For as long as both parties are satisfied with the work that I am providing.
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Id say aslong as I made animpactto thecompany and to myself.
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3-4 years, but I do want to work in NHS
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I have worked as a typist for my whole career.
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I see myself being a typist as long as I am alive.
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As long as I am enjoying it.
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Long term. I would see myself growing and moving into other roles but ones that still involve typing.
Question 14 of 25
How many words per minute can you type?
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60 words per minute.
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I type 50 words per minutes.
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I write over 50 words per minute..
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Apro ximately 55 word per minute.
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25 word per minutes.
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55 word per minutes.
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I have typing speed of 50 words per minute. You must know that the minimum typing speed of typist should be at least 40 words per minute. If you do not have good speed you cannot survive in this field.
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I can typed 40 to 50 words in a minute.
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I can typed only 40 words in a minute, I read very fast and very cleared, my accuraccy is very quite and handsome I enjoyed to typed words on my typewriter, I have my own typed.
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45 words per minute.
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50 words per minutes.
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60 words per minutes.
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Well, while I was at the solicitors, my typing speed was 70 WPM, but at the moment, because I have been out of work and not typing as regular, my typing speed would have dropped slightly but as soon as I am back into it, I am confident that my speed will be back there again.
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100 words per minute.
15.
90 words per minute.
Question 15 of 25
What duties are the easiest and the most difficult for you to perform in a Typist capacity?
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When typing a document I am familiar with, e. G meetings.
2.
From the moment I started.
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I have been always wanted to be a typist.
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From my employment as typist.
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The time I was given presentation to type.
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From the time a was given a presentation.
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When I was givin a presention.
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How many years did you see yourself as a typist?
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When the work is too much to me.
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When I have lot of work for typing.
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I have been always wanted to be a typist.
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I realized when I was 10 year old, and typed for my mom, on her personal type writer, I love to use my mom's type writer.
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I haven't had one yet, but it appeals to me specifically in this field.
14.
When I was still at school.
15.
Last week when I was with Mr 2
Question 16 of 25
Have you ever worked as a Typist for larger firms? If so, walk me through your typical tasks and tell me which you enjoyed the most.
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Senior Court Clerk Assistanti was recording criminal cases. Writing minutes during hearings.Filing.
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No firms, just regular businesses - bookkeeping, typing, office management, etc.
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I worked for Intravis Social Consultants as Office Typist and my usual day to day tasks were; organising the boss' originated document; Typesetting; editing the master copy, typing and produce the hard copy for further action.
4.
Collin enterprises day to day tasks were document typing.
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Typing official work, filing and send faxes.
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The curent gata o gatoge business enterprise.
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Gata o gatoge business enterprise.
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Private corporates. Typing memos, cv, agenda, designing presentation.
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Private company, usual day is I am practising.
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Private company, practising.
11.
I worked for ABS PVT LTD. My usual day to day tasks are editing the program in Fox Pro, and office typist any type of usual document, and letter typing, many type of usual hard copies.
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I-Cllick.. I was doing the typing.
13.
Chio timber company doing a secretarial duties.
14.
Solictors, I was audio typing mostly and copying, faxing for the remainder of the time there.
15.
I worked for Ministry of labour and social Welga.
Question 17 of 25
Tell me the programs and software that you are best versed in. What is your level of proficiency in each?
Question 18 of 25
Do you prefer copy typing or audio typing, and which method do you consider your strongest?
Question 19 of 25
Are you multilingual? If so, what is you strongest language?
Question 20 of 25
How strong is your punctuation and grammar?
Question 21 of 25
If a co-worker called in sick, thus doubling your workload for the day, how would you react?
Question 22 of 25
Tell me about your punctuality and attendance record in your most recent position.
Question 23 of 25
In your latest performance review, what did your employer have to say about the quality of your work?
Question 24 of 25
What are your long term career goals?
Question 25 of 25
Much of your work as a Typist will include working with spreadsheets. Do you have beginner, intermediate or advanced Excel skills?

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August 18th, 2017

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