Being a pharmacist requires a strong knowledge of both how to interact with people and how people chemically interact with drugs. Candidates are expected to be able to provide outstanding customer service, so most questions are directed towards highlighting your communication and interpersonal skills in difficult or vague situations. In addition, pharmacists must have a good memory to inform customers about their drug and its side effects, so be prepared to flex your clinical knowledge.
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- Check your spelling
- Replace abbreviations with the entire word ('accountant' rather than 'CPA')