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Table 5 Participant reflections on their selection of prospective training programmes

From: National recruitment scheme for pre-registration pharmacist training in England and Wales: a mixed method evaluation of experiences of applicant pharmacy students

StatementsStrongly disagreeDisagreeNeither agree or disagreeAgreeStrongly agreeN/A
Looking back, I feel that I made enough selections in the preferencing process32 (10.9%)32 (10.9%)22 (7.5%)109 (37.1%)99 (33.7%) 
I was confident I would receive a training place offer from my final preferences38 (12.9%)66 (22.4%)58 (19.7%)85 (28.8%)48 (16.3%) 
Looking back, I feel satisfied with my overall approach to preferencing40 (13.6%)46 (15.6%)44 (14.9%)103 (34.9%)62 (21%) 
Based on how I feel I performed in the selection process, my overall performance ranking was expected51 (17.3%)73 (24.7%)65 (22%)82 (27.8%)20 (6.8%)4 (1.4%)
Based on how I feel I performed in the selection process, my training place offer outcome was expected54 (18.3%)73 (24.7%)63 (21.4%)77 (26.1%)20 (6.8%)8 (2.7%)
I believe if I had preferenced differently, I would have been more satisfied with my offer outcome73 (24.7%)85 (28.8%)51 (17.3%)43 (14.6%)25 (8.5%)18 (6.1%)
If I went through the preferencing process again, I would preference differently64 (21.7%)74 (25.1%)35 (11.9%)67 (22.7%)47 (15.9%)8 (2.7%)