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"Notify invitation of interview by email also"
"Provide a session for the candidates to talk to the pharmacy students at LLU"
"Sending out the LOR request after submitting the app made it more difficult to meet the deadline."
"I wish they responded to the applicants sooner on how the interviews went and the status of our apps"
"Why pharmacy? Why Loma Linda?"
"Do you have any questions for me?"
"Tell me about yourself."
"was there anytime that you had to sacrifice the quality to keep the due date?"
"Why LLU? (definitely will be asked)"
"After working alongside a pharmacist in a pharmacy, do they tell you to get into the field? If they don't, why do you still want to get into pharmacy?"
"If you caught one of your friends cheating, what would you do?"
"Name one personal challenge you experienced and how did you overcome it.
Explain one academic challenge and how did you deal with it.
"Why did you choose pharmacy as a profession? How are you going to incorporate your previous degree (I had a degree in elementary education) with Pharmacy?"
"Explain how you came to pharmacy as a career choice."
"Introduce yourself and why LLU?"
"did you shadow a pharmacist"
"Do you have any questions for us? (Kind of threw me off... i was expecting that at the end)."
"about my spirituality
(however they are not imposing the SDA ideals, the SOP emphasizes tolerance and diversity)"
"How come you seem to be good on every subject you take?"
"If you were working in a group and one person wasnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t pulling his/her weight, how would you deal with it?"
"Tell us about your pharmacy work/volunteer experience in Africa. What are the differences between pharmacies in Africa and in the USA?"
"Who is your role model-family or other?"
"There are many other good schools in California, why do you want to go to Loma Linda?"
"What brought you to pharmacy?"
"Tell me about your leadership experience and something you have gained from them?"
"Why do you want to be a pharmacist?
Why Loma Linda?
These two questions I think will definitely be asked so know them well."
"Why did you decide to become a pharmacist?"
"Why i pick UCLA as undergrad."
"What was the most recent book you've read?"
"how did you know that pharmacy is right career for you? (it's a different question from asking you why pharmacy)"
"Situational Question: If you saw a classmate cheating, what would you do?"
"are you driven by passion or by reason?"
"Do you think that the chapel will help your learning experience? How do you think it will help?"
"Do you have any questions for me? (the very first question of the interview..kind of got me off track..hehe)"
"What is the most beneficial course you have taken and why?
What is the least beneficial course (or course you’ve struggled with)? What did you do to overcome this challenge?
"What will you do if you don't get accepted?"
"Explain a time you were misjudged and how did you deal with it.
"Name one thing you like about pharmacy and one thing you do not like about pharmacy."
"What are the core values?"
"What do you do when you're stress out?"
"What do you think you will bring to the university?"
"How was I going to incorporate my previous degree with pharmacy."
"Since your age is above average (36) from other students, what challeges do you have?"
"What do you like to do on the weekends?"
"How do you feel about the school's motto "to make man whole" and how it is an integral part of the program at LLU?"
"What are your hobbies?"
"Why are you community service oriented?"
"Do you still play soccer?"
"Do you know [how] nanotechnology will used in the future?"
"What is your secret for handling the stress from school?"
"Why did i pick UCLA as undergrad. "
"What is your understanding of our accreditation status?"
"Are you comfortable with how new the program is and do you have faith in it."
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