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I have my first interview Monday for a billing position

 
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I have my first interview Monday for a billing position
by Michele P - Thursday, 9 May 2013, 2:13 PM
 

For a chiropractor of 4.  I am wondering if I should bring my coding books to the interview.  I asked them questions already about the practice and don't want to keep bothering them.  I am nervous!!!!  I just graduated Andrews and am still working on passing my CPC.  Should I bring my books?  I don't have a carrier for them and don't want to look clumsy carrying three books.  What are your thoughts? 

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Re: I have my first interview Monday for a billing position
by Glenda Hickman - Thursday, 9 May 2013, 5:06 PM
 

I don't imagine you'll need them for an interview, but it wouldn't hurt to have them in the car, assuming you're driving yourself there.  If you aren't, I would give them one last call to say that you just want to make sure you're prepared and ask if you will need to have them with you.  If not, you're fine, and if they say yes, you've got the weekend to find an inexpensive messenger bag to bring them in. 

Any other questions you have for them, I would write down in the meantime and take your notes with you to the interview.  It's perfectly okay to ask questions of your own during it, though you might hold them until near the end of the interview so as to look prepared and proactive, but not pushy. :)