- Apr 23, 2010
Hey would it be a good idea to ask your interviewer questions specific to his work. I.e. if he's a professor of biochem, i could ask him questions about biochem and if he's a clinician i could ask him some deep question about his specialty and follow up too. You know go on the offensive? I mean I wouldnt ask some silly question. Or do they expect you to only ask questions about school curriculum? Lets they ask me what specialty I want to go into and I say something and then follow up with a question to put him on the defensive would that be inappropriate? How about if he asks me what I think about healthcare and I then ask him what does he think? Good or bad? Thank you.