Pharmacy school interview is an integral part of the bidding process, as recruitment staff, who already knows everything about you, can finally see how they fit into their program. It's time to interview some pharmacy schools, so you're ready to ask questions about your program.
Most pharmacy schools do a good job of making the interview section comfortable and non-stressful. Usually, current pharmacy students welcome you and talk to you. Take full advantage of this opportunity to relax yourself and practice your speaking skills. Now you've finished your speech requirements, so now is the time to take your schooling!
Get ready to get familiar with what you wrote in your personal statement. In addition, it is a good idea to get a general picture of what questions we will ask.
As you meet your questioners, initiate a relationship with mini conversations (crazy traffic) this morning, a beautiful day, etc.). Smile and dissect the eyes of all interviewees as much as you can when you talk and keep eye contact with the person asking.
Some general interview questions
1. Tell yourself about yourself
2. What was your favorite / most difficult course on campus?
3. Who has the greatest role?
4. What is the negative aspect of yourself? How did you work better?
5. Write a moment when you felt a proud achievement.
6. Why is our pharmacy program?
7. What do you want to do after you graduate?
8. What are you doing in your free time?
9. Why a pharmacy, why not research or medication?
10. What do I care about at the pharmacy?
11. What are the most important features of the pharmacist?
12. What is the difference between the other applicants?
13. What do I care about at the pharmacy?
14. Give us an example of your leadership skills.
15. Is there anything that would change based on your university experience?
16. Describe the importance of understanding pharmacy's diversity.
17. What is the most favorable aspect of the pharmacy?
18. Give us an example when creativity is solved to solve a problem.
19. What makes it unique?
20. Where will she be 5/10 years old?
21. Is there anything else we need to know about you? YES, [list other positive aspects about you]
Learn about health care issues and ongoing pharmacies changes as you are invited to explain your views or specific questions about the big events that are taking place today.
Other issues may be hypothetical questions that are placed in a "difficult" or ethical position where you have to dispute your actions. Generally, there is no right or wrong answer, but be careful to keep an eye on the question you asked to do so. Think for a moment about your answer before you start talking.
I personally bought a book to get a good way of thinking and strategy, even in response to the most difficult interview questions. I think this really helped me get my interviews. Check with the Pharmacy School Interview Lens link to feedback from actual interviews and questions from each pharmacy school.
Do not forget you'll be fine for interviews.