Test with Accommodations 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 00:301. You are a professor for a university class. During your office hours, a student comes by asking for his grade on the final exam to be increased. He received a 49% in the class, and needs the extra 1% in order to pass the class and graduate. 10:00What decision do you make?You teach a very difficult class, and a number of students fail your class each year. Is it fair to allow this student an exception?Would your decision change if the student told you he had been going through issues with his family, which affected his class performance? 00:302. You work as a pharmacist at a busy pharmacy. One day, a customer comes in demanding that his opioid prescription be refilled even though his doctor has not authorized a refill. The customer says that if he doesn't get the medication, he'll turn to street drugs instead. 10:00What do you do in this situation?Does your decision change if he mentions needing to sell his medication to others illegally to support himself?Would your decision change if he wasn't prescribed a controlled or addictive substance? 00:303. You are applying to medical school this fall, and there is only one available test date left for the MCAT admissions test. Unfortunately, the test is also on the same day as your best friend's wedding. If you miss the MCAT, you won't be able to apply to medical school for another year. 10:00Which do you prioritize? The wedding or the MCAT?How would you handle the consequences of whichever decision you make?When should we compromise our careers for our family and friends, and when should we compromise activities with family and friends for our careers? 00:30 4. Role models are important in life, and can shape our lives immensely. 10:00Who is one of your role models, and why did you pick them?What have you learned from your role model that will help you in your future career?To whom are you a role model, and why? 00:30 5. You and your girlfriend work at the same company. Your girlfriend is often late, and frequently fails to complete work assignments on time. Your boss, who is unaware of your relationship, tells you he's interested in firing her but wants to hear what you think about the situation. He asks you not to tell her anything. 10:00Would you speak with your girlfriend about the matter?Should you advise your boss against firing her, even though she's an objectively bad employee?Are you in a position where there is a conflict of interest? If so, how do you resolve it? 00:30 6. You are interviewing for a prestigious job, when the person interviewing you hints that she can "get you the job for the right price." She states that a $100 bribe would get you the position. This position would immensely advance your career. She also states that if you tell anyone about the bribe, you will be blacklisted from applying to this prestigous company forever. 05:00What do you do in this situation?Why did you choose that course of action?Would you report this to someone? If so, how and why? 15:00 This is an optional break. You may skip to the next section immediately by clicking next. The next prompt will be displayed in 15 minutes. 00:30 7. Your friend is a native speaker of Portuguese and is completely fluent. She tells you that she intends to take beginner Portuguese and make enough mistakes so that the professor believes she's a beginner. She plans on making some mistakes, but will likely still get an excellent grade. What do you do about this?She tells you that it's not unfair since many other students do this without telling anyone. Does the fact that everyone is doing something unethical make her behaviour justified?Her GPA last semester was very low because her father died during that time. She claims she needs an easily obtainable high grade to make up for that. Does this change your decision? 00:30 8. In our professional lives, we are often stretched to our limits. During long periods of high stress, we risk facing burn out. 10:00How do you handle your emotions and well-being during high-stress situations?Describe the last time you found yourself stressed.How did you handle that stressful situation? 00:309. You are a working on a group assignment with three other students. One student, Jim, complains that he has been doing all the work. Jim tells the group to finish the rest of the assignment since he feels like he has already done more than his share. 10:00The rest of the group disagrees with Jim, and asks you to speak to him. How would you explain the situation to him?How could this issue have been avoided?In your own life, what do you do to make working in teams more effective? 00:30 10. Your good friend is a star athlete at your university. He is likely to receive a number of scholarships and a professional career in his sport after he graduates. He confides in you that his success has been due to taking banned substances, which have improved his athletic ability. If anyone were to find out, his athletic career would be over and his awards would be revoked. 10:00Should you tell anyone about this? Why or why not?Would your decision change if you didn't know him personally, or if he played for a competing university?He states that everyone is using these drugs, and he does it just to compete fairly. Does this change your actions? 00:30 11. You are accessing your university's web portal, when you realize that your TA left the answers to the assignment publicly available. If the professor finds out about this, the TA will likely be fired and have no source of funding for her degree. 10:00What do you do in this scenario?Your professor is not a very nice person, and you fear that he may have the TA removed from the graduate program. Does this change your actions?What do you think the most fair outcome would be, for the professor, TA, and the students? How would you suggest this option? 00:3012. Failure happens, even to the best of us. Resilience is defined as the ability to recover from difficulties or failure. 10:00Describe the last time you failed at something.How did you show resilience, and recover from that failure? What did you learn?How will resilience be important in your future career?