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"Stay just the way they are -- so welcoming and pleasant."
"About you? Any questions for us?"
"What are your questions for us?"
"No questions were asked of me at all!"
"What are your questions about the program?"
"What questions do you have for us?"
"Have you thought about how you will pay for dental school?"
"What do you want me to tell the admissions committee?"
"Why Dentistry? Why Creighton?"
"What accomplishment are you most proud of?"
"Why do you want to be a dentist? Why did you choose Creighton? "
"What do you like about/what has led you to choose dentistry"
"What are Creightons strengths and weaknesses"
"How did you become interested in dentistry?
"What do you think you would bring to the field of dentistry? "
"How did you prepare for the DAT?"
"How is it that you got interested in dentistry?"
"What was your strategy when applying to schools?"
"Why have your grades improved dramatically from the beginning of your scholastic career ?"
"Same old questions."
"How did you study for the DAT?"
"When did you become interested in dentistry?"
"3 things you like about dentistry"
"No real questions."
"Just make sure you come with questions about their school and be prepared to think about where Creighton ranks among other schools you are applying to."
"Not a questions, but Dr. Norton spends about 5 to 10 minutes giving advise on how to become a better student prior to matriculation."
"How many other programs have you applied to, where have you interviewed, and honestly tell me what schools you have been the most impressed by. Woah! This Q was outta left field!"
"How have your dentistry experiences impacted/ changed your life "
"I went on a pre-dental service trip to the Dominican Republic, So he asked me alot about that. "
"What were you looking for when you decided on which schools to apply to"
"How many different dental procedures have you seen"
"I played a year of baseball at my school and Dr. Ayers mentioned he had also played a year when he was at New Mexico, so he asked me about my difficult decision to quit baseball and focus on dentistry... probably not an interesting question for anyone else but it gave me an opportunity to show I am very committed to becoming a dentist."
"Do you agree with the philosophy that it is a privilege to be a health care practitioner and a right to receive health care? "
"If you were any partof the brain or cell what would it be and why?"
"Who is the person that has been the biggest influence in your life?"
"How did you manage to do so well on the DAT after being out of school for so long?"
"Are you considering using an Armed Forces Health Profession Scholarship? (I'm currently in the military)"
"Nothing out of the ordinary it was a very conversational. He made Dr Ayers made you feel very comfortable."
"Since I will most likely be the only person on the adcom you will meet, is there anything you would like me to tell them. "
"What did you do differently to improve your DAT scores?"
"Do you see yourself practicing here in Nebraska or going back to your home state? (I guess I hadnt really thought about this at all yet, I just wanted to be accepted somewhere)"
"1) what makes you want to be a dentist?
2) What have you done to prepare for dental school?"
"Do you have any extracurricular activities?"
"Who has had the greatest impact on your life?"
"What factors played a role in the schools you applied to?"
"What do you consider the schoolÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s strength to be?"
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