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"Reaching your state-specific advisor is super-tedious, and my specific person could be rude at times."
"Let interviewees know to be sure to eat a hearty lunch before starting the presentations since there was really no break to sit down and eat something during the 5 hours (12-5pm) there."
"Return email can be a little slow. But the interview day was run very well."
"If there's any way to manage it, it would be really nice to know what time the actual interview woul"
"Why pharmacy, Why Creighton?"
"Where did my interest in pharmacy come from?"
"Tell me about yourself"
"Tell me a little bit about yourself. This Interview Feedback forum prepared me to expect this question so I prepared an answer. I wanted to make sure I got everything in that I wanted to say about myself, which probably took 25 minutes alone so that is probably why my interview took longer than the others."
"Tell me about yourself, including why you chose pharmacy."
""So, tell me about yourself.""
"Tell us about yourself, including what led you to Pharmacy as a career choice."
""Tell us about yourself." That took most of the interview. :)"
"Tell us about yourself."
"Would you use the term ''patient'' or ''customer'' to describe a person you are serving in the pharmacy setting and why?"
"Explain how my last job (HS teacher) helped prepare me for pharmacy"
"Why did you choose pharmacy?"
"Tell me about yourself."
"No questions stood out as particularly interesting."
"They repeat a dozen times on interview day that this is a professional program with large time demands."
"They were all pretty standard"
"The above three were the only questions asked and then they asked me the, 'Do you have any questions for us?'"
"What do you like to do in your spare time?"
"all three were pretty interesting. "
"They were all straightforward"
"What was your favorite course?"
"Not really interesting... but just so you have another question I was asked... How do you think you will do in the distance program and how do you plan to be successful at it."
"The whole interview was interesting - they really seemed interested in what I had to say - and they answered all of my questions happily."
"What do you like to do in your free time?"
"What was your favorite class you've taken?"
"How do you think US and European Pharmacy systems differ"
"Give me an example of a time your manager asked you to do something you didn't feel qualified to do. "
"None. All were so basic. Really a low stress interview."
"What I thought my potential for learning online was. I was asked to rank my potential from 1 to 10 and give reasons."
"What qualities do you have that make you a good candidate for an online program?"
"No one question stands out."
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