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Question 31 of 34 for our Physical Therapist Mock Interview

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Question 31 of 34

What experiences have you had that made you a better person?

How to Answer

This is a question where your interview will be looking for a personal touch you have received from your career as a Physical Therapist. It will be important to take the emotion out of this answer. Such a personal question may prompt you to give an inappropriate and personal answer. Keep this work-related and you'll be good to go.

Written by Heather Douglass

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    What experiences have you had that made you a better person?

      How to Answer

      This is a question where your interview will be looking for a personal touch you have received from your career as a Physical Therapist. It will be important to take the emotion out of this answer. Such a personal question may prompt you to give an inappropriate and personal answer. Keep this work-related and you'll be good to go.

      Written by Heather Douglass

      1st Answer Example

      "I had the opportunity to work with a Veteran that had been hurt in combat. Not only did I enjoy our time spent rehabilitating but I enjoyed his stories and time together and gained a new appreciation for those that put their lives on the line for our freedom."

      Written by Heather Douglass

      Entry Level

      "During my years pursuing my doctorate, I became close friends with a non-traditional student in my program that was coming off of many years volunteering worldwide with Project HOPE. Seeing a person that dedicated time in their life to help those in need in other parts of the world helped me gain a new perspective on the true importance of things in life."

      Written by Ryan Brunner on November 30th, -0001

      Experienced

      "Early in my career and working in a small town, I had the opportunity to work with a patient who grew up with my father. My father had recently passed away when I met his friend and during out time in therapy together, we shared many great stories about my father and I learned some great things that I didn't know about his life growing up. This interaction gave me a great perspective that I could learn and grow from every patient that I work with."

      Written by Ryan Brunner on November 30th, -0001

      Community Answer

      "Through what I have experienced so far, is enough to realize how many different conditions can affect the human body and, ultimately, its functionality, that every day, I appreciate the fact that I'm healthy. I can walk and do all the stuff who although most of the people think of as basic, for many people are not. So learn to be grateful for the simple things in life has been the biggest lesson for me so far and something that, in my opinion, made me learn and grow as a person."

      Written by an Anonymous User

      Rachelle Enns

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      Rachelle Enns Reviewed the Above Answer

      This is a genuine and unique answer. Nice job! I have tweaked again to make your answer easier to follow and more concise.

      "Through my career as a PT, I see how many different conditions can affect the human body and its functionality. Every day, I appreciate the fact that I'm healthy. I can walk and do everything that most people think of as basic, yet, for many people, they are not. I have learned to be grateful for the simple things in life."