I feel like I did fine. Yea, I was nervous before I got there, but it all went away when I stepped in the lobby. They know that you are nervous, your future is in their hands. Make sure you go over the link that was sent with your confirmation letter. The question are about the same as the ones given in the link. It depends on your interviewer. The interviews are closed file, so your personality plays a big role in the interview. They also want to know how you handle situations and how well you communicate your ideas. The interview starts off in the lobby, and then you go to a classroom and write an essay. You have 25 minutes to write the essay, so be quick and to the point. Make sure your essay follows a logical pattern of thought. The whole point of the day is to prove your ability to communicate effectively. Whether it be in the lobby, the classroom during the essay, or during your interview, they want to know that you are able to communicate your abilities as a student and ulitimately as a pharmacist. After the written essay, you go on to a one to one interview with one of the faculty. I had 4 questions that I had to answer. They were a bit more specific than the ones given in the link, but I answered them in the same way that the link advised. Be sure to ask any questions that you may have when you are given the opportunity. My interview lasted about 40 minutes. Just be yourself, that's what they want to see. If you are a bright, confident, and motivated individual, they will see that. You have to prove that you belong in their school.