Receiving and interpreting new prescriptions

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receiving and interpreting new prescriptions, verifying medications in stock, entering patientinformation into the system, engaging in patient consultations and strategizing systematicapproaches to meet identified needs. In addition, I gained an introduction to compounding. All ofthese tasks were conducted under the guidance and supervision of the pharmacy managers whomI worked with. I was able to apply what I learned in the classroom to real-life. Through thisextensive volunteer experience, I have proven my love and interest in the field of pharmacy tomyself. I have also tried to utilize my time off from school to continue my development andprepare myself to succeed if given an opportunity for readmission to WCU School of Pharmacy.Review Materials from the Classes That I Failed:I have taken a personal initiative and dedicated significant time to the review of materials fromthe classes that I failed. I view my effort as rewarding, particularly because I have come tounderstand the content and concepts that I had previously missed. When studying for the oldmaterials from the two classes, I have been utilizing using new study techniques learned andalways practicing the different strategies where appropriate. I have summarized and made graphswhile I am going through each topic from these two classes. If I am readmitted, I plan to reach
out to my instructors and ask for advice on how to best prepare for fall classes and to ask forstanding office hour appointments to ensure my understanding of the material. Reviewingprevious material at the time of my volunteer work was another opportunity to transfer what Ihave learned this past few years into the real life and action. I am confident that the review I havesince performed has sharpened by knowledge by significant margins and, as a result, I would notfail again. Self-Aware of My Action:Writing this letter and presenting myself to the academic committee was one of the most helpfuland challenging tasks for me. Since I started writing this letter, I have discovered some aspects ofmy prior experience that that requires improvement. This setback has been an important time inmy life, like a rite of passage, which is indicative of transition from one stage to another throughself-discovery. Failure in my academics has come with the payment of a heavy price but hasresulted to much personal change; I have become highly motivated besides acquiring skills onaccountability. I learned how timing is a gold standard key in to success. The value of proper communication has become apparent, particularly when seeking help, whichshould be done in a timely manner. In addition, I learned more about myself than before withregard to the likelihood of change through persistence and commitment. However, I learned thatI cannot control the external events that surround me although I have the power to choose how toreact to each of these events internally and externally. I learned that these are my choices, in

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