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Emerson College Speech Pathology Mock Interview

To help you prepare for your Speech Pathology interview at Emerson College, here are 30 interview questions and answer examples.

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What achievement are you most proud of, so far, on your path to becoming a speech pathologist?

Emerson College's admissions team would like to know what areas of achievement are most important to you. Perhaps you have maintained an exceptional GPA or maybe you excelled in school while also working a part-time job. Maybe you finished top of your class in your undergrad and received a special award for your achievements. Think of any accolades that you may have received along the way.

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Emerson College Speech Pathology Interview Questions & Answers

  • Accomplishment

    1. What achievement are you most proud of, so far, on your path to becoming a speech pathologist?

  • Ask The Interviewer

    2. What questions do you have for us about Emerson College?

  • Behavioral

    3. Talk about a time when you showed initiative by taking the lead on a team-based project.

  • Behavioral

    4. Describe a time when you motivated yourself to complete an assignment that you did not feel like doing.

  • Behavioral

    5. Describe a time when your work was criticized by a teacher, professor, or employer. How did you react?

  • Career Goals

    6. What are your research interests?

  • Career Goals

    7. Why did you decide to become a Speech- Language Pathologist?

  • Career Goals

    8. Graduates of our Communication Sciences and Disorders program can work in education, hospitals, care facilities, speech therapy offices, and more. What kind of work setting interests you the most right now?

  • Career Goals

    9. What are your long-term career goals in the field of speech-language pathology?

  • Career Goals

    10. Where do you imagine your career one year after graduating from Emerson's Communication Sciences and Disorders program?

  • Compatibility

    11. What do you feel is the single most important quality a speech pathologist should possess?

  • Compatibility

    12. Would your friends or family say that you have patience?

  • Competency

    13. How would your favourite professor describe you and your work ethic?

  • Competency

    14. Tell us about an area of weakness that you would like to improve on while attending Emerson College.

  • Diligence

    15. What research did you conduct before choosing to apply to Emerson College's Communication Sciences and Disorders program?

  • Direct

    16. How well do you think you have performed in this interview today?

  • Direct

    17. What aspect of the 'Emerson Advantage' is most exciting for you?

  • Direct

    18. What do you know about Emerson College's primary clinical training facility, The Robbins Center?

  • Direct

    19. What do you know about Emerson College?

  • Direct

    20. Emerson gives its Communication Sciences and Disorders students the opportunity to participate in multiple clinical settings. Which of our clinical setting experience do you look forward to the most?

  • Direct

    21. What other schools have you applied to and where does Emerson College rank?

  • Discovery

    22. Talk about a book that are you reading right now. What have you learned and how has it impacted you?

  • Discovery

    23. Tell the admissions team something that we would not know about you from reading your CV.

  • Discovery

    24. Who in your life mentors or inspires you?

  • Education

    25. Tell us about your overall academic performance, so far. Where have you excelled, and where could you improve?

  • Job Satisfaction

    26. What is your favorite area of speech pathology so far? Why?

  • Job Satisfaction

    27. The education required to become an SLP is a significant commitment. Do you think you'll feel satisfied working the same career for the long term?

  • Performance Based

    28. Tell us about your learning style and study patterns.

  • Scenario Based

    29. When you suffer a setback, how does that emotionally affect you and your work?

  • Scenario Based

    30. How would you react if you discovered a classmate cheating?