Originally Posted by SHC1984
Go to UF.
Mercer isn't a bad school but they did a really crappy job at teaching pharmacokinetics. If a patient is dying right now and I had to calculate a complicated equation to save his or her life I am not confident that I can do a perfect job on it.
Right now after finishing all my classes at Mercer, I do NOT feel that I am ready to become a great pharmacist. I do not feel confident at all.
I am very scared to go on rotations as I simply DO NOT feel like I know everything I need to know to become an excellent pharmacist.
Sorry Mercer, but if it was a very good school I should feel confident in my ability right now to ROCK being a pharmacist...but I do NOT feel it at all. I do NOT feel like I know it all at all. I would go to a school that will make you feel CONFIDENT in your ability to become a kick ass pharmacist.
Do you know that any of your other classmates feel that Mercer didn't prepare them for rotations/to be a pharmacist? Also did you think pharmacokinetics wasn't taught correctly because of the on professor or the actual curriculum?