12 most common pharmacy school interview questions: https://pharmacyschool.us/2016/06/25/pharmacy-school-interview-questions/
Meet John. He is going for is pharmacy school interview.
John wants to do his best during his interview, so he is going to prepare.
Here are 12 of the most common questions by pharmacy schools:
1. Tell us about a time you had to deal with a difficult partner or coworker. How did you handle it? What would you do differently?
2. Tell us about an accomplishment you are proud of, and why.
3. While in school, you notice that one of your friends is struggling and suspect they may be cheating on exams. How would you handle the situation?
4. What is your greatest strength when it comes to a learner? Your greatest weakness?
5. Tell us about a time that you helped another individual with a problem they were having.
6. Who had the greatest influences on you throughout your life?
7. In what kind of work environment are you most comfortable?
8. Why this school?
9. What have you done to prepare for pharmacy school?
10. What position do you prefer when working on a group project?
11. Describe your work ethic.
12. What qualities do you look for in a pharmacist?
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What would you do when you find out the market has crashed and there is an over saturation of graduates and you have 200k in student loans ? At 7.5 %. Interest at 20or 30years ! What then ?? Why congress has not stepped in to curve down the programs ?
The American Pharmacy Association has warned the future is not good and it has fallen in to deaf ears.. ANd in fact more schools for profit are coming out and by 2020 the will be thousands of graduates approx 170k competing for only 10k jobs According to the survey conducted by the association there will be a 20% that was back in 2012 it could be worst now not sure if more like 30% unemployment rate and growing since
They have lowered the standards on who the graduate ... The stats are there do your research before you ruin your future and come out jobless
Unfortunately no you can not use your degree from India. It should be easier for you to become a pharmacist having the knowledge and experience, but you will need to still go back to school in the U.S.
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