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What was your most difficult aspect of your training?
Talk about what you found difficult during your training. It may have been memorizing medical terminology or studying for long hours at a time. Share with the interviewer why it was difficult. Remember, you're role in this interview is to talk about your strengths and use weaknesses to show your adaptability.
Answer examples
"I struggled with biology courses in high school. When I started my online training be a pharmacy tech I knew I would need extra help in my pharmacology course, so I went to tutoring and studied hard. I passed the PTCB exam with flying colors and was able to get a job soon afterwards."
"Calculating drip rates were challenging for me. I worked with a mentor during my training that helped me learn it a different way that was easier for me to understand. I can calculate drip rates with my eyes closed now."

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User-Submitted Answers

What was your most difficult aspect of your training?
Memorizing all the different laws and regulations.
Nothing was difficult, as long as I put in the time and effort, there will be no trouble. I will provide this trait to my workplace as well.
International business--it was difficult learning the different laws.
I think the most difficult course was the Health and social care course I still tried my utmost best to succeed in the course.
Definitely my Masters, for obvious reasons, I guess. In particular, I had a module called Advances in Parasitology - I had never really studied parasitic infections before, I still managed to get a distinction, though.
Mathmatics involving liquid suspensions.
It would have had to been.
My most difficult course would be College algebra because I took it online.
Speech class was difficult, but mannaged.
Learning instrumentation at college was difficult because I was not ready to learn due to my perception towards the subject but I always try to be the C plus to avoid any embarrassments in my results.
My most difficult course in college was Algebra.
I would say Pharmacology.
I was not much in to history and geography.
Statistic, that was my most difficult class.
Learning name of medication.
I didn't go to college however after completing my new level 3 in pharmacy I found the pharmaceutical science the most difficult.
I would say that my courses in college were difficult, but what I did find hard was setting up a nee business with no experience.