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A a zoologist, you need to be strong in multiple subjects. Are you stronger in english, algebra, calculus or statistics?

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I only took English to GCSE level, as I didn't see it in my future, but I consider myself excellent at creative writing skills. I have good language abilities, which also extend to my multilingual-ness. I do have quite a flare for algebra, and have built upon my calcuolus and stistics skills In my maths A level,
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No I don't know how to read or do algebra.
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36 Zoologist Interview Questions with 85+ User Answer Examples

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    A a zoologist, you need to be strong in multiple subjects. Are you stronger in english, algebra, calculus or statistics?

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    Do you consider yourself a strong leader? Tell me about a time when you have led a team.

  3. 3.

    While attending university, what was your best course and why?

  4. 4.

    Where do you see your zoology career taking you in the next few years?

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    Have you ever had (or witnessed) an incident or a close call with an animal? Tell me about it.

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    If being a zoologist was not an option, what alternate career path would you have taken?

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    What motivates you to be the best zoologist?

  8. 8.

    What do you know about our zoo facility?

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    What areas could you improve upon to be a better zoologist?

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    While attending university, what was your most challenging course and why?

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    As a zoologist, are there any animals you are not willing or able to work with?

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    Why are you the best zoologist for us?

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    For the purpose of training and zoology exposure, are you willing to travel, if required?

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    Are there any aspects of your current role that you would change if you could?

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    What drives your career as a zoologist?

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    If hired, how do you intend on making a difference with our organization?

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    Describe a difficult project you've had as a zoologist and how you mastered it.

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    What is your proudest achievement as a zoologist to date?

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    What is your secret to a successful career as a Zoologist?

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    Do you consider yourself a strong team player?

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    What is your process for making difficult decisions when it comes to an animal's care?

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    As a zoologist, how important is it to closely follow policy and direction?

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    Tell me about a time that you felt overwhelmed at work. How did you ensure you met your deadlines while maintaining a constructive attitude?

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    Tell me about your post-secondary education. What was your focus for your bachelors' degree?

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    In your most recent performance review, what did your supervisor have to say about you?

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    What has been your favorite animal to study?

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    There are more career options for a zoologist than some people may think. If you could choose between a career in government, non-profit, working in a museum or zoo - what would you choose?

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    Tell me about your research skills.

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    Which report have you written that you are most proud of?

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    As a zoologist, you need to be very strong in multiple subjects. Are you stronger in way of biology, physics or chemistry?

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    Have you ever been involved in any fundraising efforts for animal related causes?

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    Tell me about your volunteer history.

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    As a zoologist, you have many opportunities to give back to your community. If hired, how do you plan on doing so?

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    Do you have a mentor in your industry?

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    Often times, young students enjoy interviewing zoologists for their high school reports. Would you willingly take the time out of your day to help these students?

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    Tell me about a time when you went over and above expectations for the care of an animal.