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"Nothing, very friendly."
"Great work and keep doing what you're doing :)"
"AC is not cold enough"
"Make it a bit easier to schedule an interview day. It took me several times calling before I finally got through"
"The office itself was a little old and small, but the staff was extremely friendly and helpful!"
"So far, everything I've seen has been great!"
"A tour of the campus might be nice, or maybe lunch with dental students. It would also be nice to in"
"Loved the lunch, everybody was so nice. Made it less stressful."
"THEY WERE SOOO NICE....They made me feel like home immediately."
"Everything was really smooth & comfortable!"
"Why Loma Linda?"
"Do you have any siblings?"
"Why do you think you are a good fit for dentistry"
"If I asked your family, friends, those who are closest to you, what would they say are your strengths? How about your weakest traits?"
"(After telling me not to be scripted) tell me about yourself. My essay responses were not referred to."
"Tell me about yourself, particularly growing up."
"How I became interested in dentistry"
"Tell me about your family"
"Do you have any brothers or sisters and tell me about them."
"Tell me about your relationship with God."
"How did you study for the DAT?"
"Are you scared about the cost of our school? Because we know it is one of the more expensive schools."
"Tell me about your life, family, friends."
"Who is a leader that you look up to, that you've worked with? How are you the same as they, and how are you different?"
"Why did you come to the States?"
"Tell me about yourself...what are your strengths and weaknesses? "
"Tell me about yourself"
"What is the hardest thing you have done"
"Why should we pick you?"
"Describe your relationship to God."
"how do you deal with anger?"
"How many other schools have you applied to?"
"Do you go to church?"
"Why do you want to be a dentist?"
"Tell me about your mom and Dad?"
"Tell me about your spiritual life."
"Tell me about yourself."
"there was a lot, i can't seem to recall much right now"
"Are you baptized a Seventh-Day Adventist?"
"What is something you are proud of?"
"What are you most/least proud of about yourself?"
"Tell me about your family."
"Tell me about your childhood and your family?"
"What is your background"
"Tell me about your backgound like where you grew up and where you went to school."
"What did you learn from your dental experience?"
"same as the sdn suggests"
"Where do you see yourself in 10 years?"
"Tell me about yourself?"
"Religious views--a way to determine person as a whole."
"Tell me about your self starting with where you were born.
"How were introduced to Christianity? What has your involvement at church been?"
"All questions were about family and religion."
"As a dentist, how would you evaluate your work?"
"Describe an ethical dilemma you have been in and what you did to resolve it."
"What do you think the academic"
"How do you think those with depression get better? (I talked about my depression in the past, so this was a natural follow up question.)"
"Are you always this relaxed? Lol"
"my family and their jobs"
"Tell me your religious life"
"How are you different from your sister?"
"What are some strengths and weaknesses that your closest family or friends would say about you?"
"What would it take for you to come to our school?"
"How do you see yourself fitting into the faith-based culture at LLU?"
"Seems they were more interested in my family/personal life than actually knowing who I was. We spend a great deal amount of time discussing an event I included on my secondary application that was more about my family than me."
"What aside from dentistry interests you?"
"What makes you angry?"
"...all pretty basic. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?"
"Asked something specific about my resume ( what I had worked on while in the Non-Profit Organization)."
"Oh! I see you did research. tell me about that. I don't think that my interviewer looked at my file at all before hand."
"Pre-interview essay on support system"
"If you caught a fellow peer cheating, what would you do?"
"How do you feel about attending our mandatory church service? "
"hmm...I don't remember. "
"What happened to my grade in one particular semester?"
"Would you like to know more about our church? (Umm, how can I say ''no?'')"
"How close am I to my family?"
"How would you respond to a partner of your practice that was writing prescriptions for him/herself?"
"What was it like growing up in Montana?"
"Tell me about your spiritual journey. Also, tell me about your church involvement."
"rate yourself on a scale of 1 to 10 on how neat you are"
"How did you improve on the DAT?"
"How do you feel about attending chapel every week?"
"Describe a situation in which you were hurt emotionally or spiritually."
"When you become a dentist, how do you plan on making money, while caring for the lower income community? "
"Ethics question on a possible dental scenario."
"What is your religious affiliation?"
"tell me about your family life as a child, specifically about your relationship with your parents"
"Did u also see UCLA and USC last time you came to LA? "
"What would you do if your front office worker suddenly had an issue of tardiness?"
"How would you respond to a student cheating off you on an exam?"
"How did you and your wife meet?"
"Which one is more important self-integrity or friends?"
"What is more important personal integrity or friends? "
"how has your immigrant background affected you?"
"About my religion preference."
"personal religious questions.....personally, I feel it is none of their business...they can impose their religion...but shouldn't even interview me if they have to wonder about my religious preferences..it is there on my application. "
"If you had an employee that was constantly causing problems to others (patients and staff), how would you deal with that?"
"Why hasn't religion been important in your life?"
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