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"Be very persistent with you application. Email or call to have any questions answered."
"Be more organized and stop losing transcripts."
"Tell us about yourself."
"What are your career goals"
"Since your parents moved with you to undergrad, how would you handle the move here on your own?"
"How do you perform multitasking in the pharmacy? (this question was asked because I told them about my experience in the pharmacy a lot)"
"Would you dispense needles to a person whom you suspect to be a drug abuser?"
"Tell me about a time you did or said something you regretted."
"Tell me about yourself, why did you choose pharmacy?"
"You listed empathy as one of the traits you excelled in, tell me a time when you demonstrated empathy?"
"What was a bad decision I've made in the past year? A situation you wished you acted differently?"
"What was the biggest disappointment you experienced within last year?"
"Biggest obstacle overcome?"
"Give an example of a disappointment in your life?"
"What led to your interest in pharmacy?"
"A bad decision you've recently made? A good decision you've recently made besides applying to pharmacy school?"
"pretty much same as questionaire"
"How do you handle stress?"
"why pharmacy? (why not doctor/nurse/dental etc)"
"How are your children going to adjust to you increased absence for the next four years?"
"Talk about a situation where you regret the way in which you interacted with somebody. What would you change about it?"
"Why pharmacy school instead of med school?"
"Name something you regret in your life."
"What was a good decision and a bad decision made recently?"
"Tell me about yourself."
"Why Pharmacy? "
"All came from personal statement or were on this site already"
"Tell me about yourself"
"How do you deal with stress?"
"Tell me about yourself. (of course)"
"give me an example of a difficult time and how you overcame it"
"What is your ideal weekend?"
"Why do you want to be a pharmacist?"
"Variations of the questionaire questions."
"How does your weekly schedule look?"
"What is a good decision you made recently?"
"Besides pharmacy school, what other goals do you have for this year."
"why the UH pharmacy school?"
"Tell me about a stressful time in your life. How do you manage your time? Talk about a class you had trouble with and why? Tell me about a time you were disappointed. What do you do for fun? Talk about two traits that make a good pharmacist and why they are important."
"In a group work where your position is not adopted by the group, how did you feel about it and what did you do?"
"What are 2 good decisions you've made within the last 6 months."
"how did you prepare for your interview"
"how do u manage ur time?"
"What is a good decision you've made recently?"
"Is pharmacy a "count and pour" profession?"
"Describe a situation where you had to adapt and how you handled it. "
"Tell us about a time where no one believed in you?"
"If both of us are working together, and I came to work drunk, what would you do?"
"If you had the whole day to yourself, not any obligations, how would you spend your day?"
"Give me an example where you had to adjust to changes."
"If you had a free weekend how would you spend it? What television show would you watch?"
"Situation I wished I acted differently"
"What do you do for fun?"
"Describe a situation that you wished you handled differently?"
"Would i sell needles to a teenage boy?"
"If a 13 year old walked into your pharmacy and wanted to buy syringes for his sick grandmother, who have given him permission to do so, what would u do?"
"What struggle have you overcome in you life to be successful in your endeavors"
"What do you do to destress"
"how do you handle stress? "
"Name two good decisions within the last 6 months ( besides applying to pharmacy school)."
"I had to choose how I would donate money. I was presented with two deserving non-profit organizations and had to decided who would benefit more, and explain why I was more compelled to choose one organization over the other. "
"Personal statement question about why I wanted to get into a specialized residency."
"All the questions were expected, I guess the most interesting was: if, tomorrow, you had no tests, no family obligations, no work obligations and had the day completely off, how would you spend it?"
"What I liked to do for fun"
"What is your favorite TV show? and why?If you had an entire weekend free how would you spend your time? "
"All of the questions were as expected...nothing particularly interesting."
"If you had the whole weekend free, how would you spend it?"
"tell me about something you did that you regreted"
"Is there something that you regret that you wish you could take back? (I'm not sure if this is the exact question, but you get the idea)"
"What were your experiences at Methodist, St. Luke's and Bayshore Medical Center and which hospital did you like best?
"Give me an example of 2 difficult decisions you have made in the past two months and what were the results of those decisions?"
"Tell me something interesting about yourself."
"Tell me about your family. "
"What do you like to do for fun?"
"what goal do you have besides getting into pharmacy school?"
"none really interesting...pretty basic"
"Tell me about a recent disappointment in your life."
"Most of the questions that i was asked were very thought provoking. We talked about almost everything that I wrote about on my pre-interview questions, but then I was asked to talk about something that we had not mentioned, which was a bit surprising. "
"In the past 6 months what are the 2 good decisions you made?"
"Besides going to Pharm. School, what is another goal you have for the year?"
"The interviewer looked at the schools I have attended and asked how I ended up in Houston trying to go to pharmacy school."
"What do you think about academic honesty?"
"what is a decision u recenlty made and now regret?"
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