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"None! Everything was simply perfect. Except, maybe include a longer break for lunch. It was a long day and I got really hungry about halfway through."
"I really admired the thorough updates that the director of admissions (Jeremy Altschafl) has sent out to us applicants. He's very responsive and has done a good job at keeping us in the loop of things."
"To keep Jeremy A.! He is so friendly and prompt. The best I've worked with thus far!"
"Offer at least a general time line for making admission decisions."
"None because everything went great."
"Use 3 adjectives to describe yourself and explain why."
"Why pharmacy instead of any other health profession?"
"Describe a current issue with the healthcare system and how do you think pharmacists could solve it in the future? This question basically tests how well you keep up with the news and how much you understand about the pharmacy profession."
"What are your strengths/weaknesses?"
"What are some of your attributes that would make you a good pharmacists?"
"Define pharmacy and share how will you use that definition in your career as a Pharmacist"
"what do you do good? what do you do not so well?"
"What is your definition of pharmacy?"
"Why pharmacy and not medicine, nursing, or research?"
"How have you dealt with a situation where a student/coworker wasn't doing his/her job."
"What will be your unique role in pharmacy? "
"You talked about community pharmacy, are there othere areas of the field that you are interested in?
What can you bring to the field as a professional?"
"Tell me about yourself."
"Name a time when you faced a moral conflict. Talk about the steps you went through and what did you decide to do."
"Describe a time in college or at your job where you've had a difficult time in a medical surrounding. "
"Tell us about yourself."
"Have you ever faced a situation in which you had to do the right thing yet your actions were an unpopular decision?"
"Do you have any mistake or missed opportunity in the past that you could've benefited from had you not chosen to miss out on it? This question was kinda confusing to me at first, but all it really means is "Do you have anything you wish you could've done differently?" The follow up question for this was then: "Do you regret any of your past mistakes" or something along that line."
"They were all pretty general"
"What is your definition of pharmacy? How will that definition change?"
"none.. they were all pretty basic."
"What will be your unique role in pharmacy?"
"What are your hobbies?"
"Can you think of an ethical problem in the field of pharmacy and how should it be handled?"
"Why did you choose to go to UofM for undergrad instead of UW?"
"Do you like sports?"
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