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"How would you be a leader in pharmacy school?"
"Why Cincinnati and why Pharmacy?"
"What made you interested in pharmacy?"
"They were just average interview questions...very laid back interview...considering i was extremely nervous"
"Tell me about yourself. Why UC? Typical questions like these. "
"Tell me about yourself."
"how will you pay your tuition."
"Tell me about your experience as a figure skating instructor."
"Tell me about yourself in 2 minutes."
"Tell me about yourself in about 2 minutes"
"Tell me about any community service/volunteer projects you are involved in."
"Describe organizations to which you belong, and how many hours per week you are involved."
"Tell me about yourself"
"Why do you want to be a pharmacist"
"Asked about volunteer experiences I had done and how I dealt with any stressful situations that may have occurred. "
"Tell me about scouts, and how did this prepare you?"
"Would you like to work for the company you are working for now?"
"What was your favorite science and non-science class?"
"What led you to choose your undergraduate school?"
"How are you a nice person?"
"Explain what pharmacy is to you."
"Are you allowed to live in an apartment. (I am a "unique" case."
"I'm a figure skating instructor, and I got asked about that, which I wasn't expecting."
"What do you think your chances of getting into pharmacy school are? What do you think your chances of getting into UC are?"
"Nothing interesting... I was asked very basic questions."
"Describe your job duties as a Pharmacy technician.Also, where do you plan to live/work after pharmacy school?"
"Was there a significant event in your life that pointed you to a career in pharmacy?"
"Which pharmacy reference books do you use in the pharmacy where you work?"
"He asked my favorite restaurants in the area because he was aware that I am from Cincinnati and our conversation was mostly about food."
"What lesson did I learn from my past job experience. (Meaning what did I take from those experiences and how it may have applied in my life later on.)"
"It directly involved information I gave in my personal statement. (Note! all the questions asked were based on my personal statement) How did I deal with stressful situations in a volunteer setting?"
"How did your family help influence your decsion to pursue pharmacy?"
"What do you see yourself doing after you graduate pharmacy school?"
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