|10-08-2009, 07:39 PM||#1|
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High school Grades for Pre-Pharmacy Acceptance?
So I'm interested in doing Pharmacy at UBC (1-2 years UBC Okanogan Pre-Pharmacy and then 4 years UBC Vancouver Pharmacy ) and since I'm still in highschool I was wondering if anyone who was accepted to Pre-Pharm programs, preferably in UBC, remembered the marks (letter grade and/or percent) they got?
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Mainly in the following courses.. (these are the ones I'm taking/have taken)
Math 11 (Principles)
Math 12 (Principles)
I'm also taking/have taken..
+ the mandatory ones such as English 11/12, Socials 11 etc. and a handful of electives (photography and such).
Thanks in advance.. I just really want an idea if I have a shot at this career or not!
|01-08-2010, 04:28 PM||#2|
My Marks were...
I am actually going into UBC Okanagan Pre-Pharmacy Program this september which is 2010/2011.
I have been accepted the previous year, but I am taking year off now.
I thought getting into pre-pharmacy wasn't that tough.
I think Univeristy Studies is the real deal
Anyway, my marks were
Chem 11 - 87%
Bio 11 - 88%
Math 11 (Principles) - 84%
Physics 11 - 75%
Chem 12 - 94%
Bio 12 - 86%
Math 12 (Principles) - 97%
French 10 - 93%
French 11 - 90%
History 12 - N/A
English12 - 86%
Social Studies11 - 90%
I had other courses like
AP Calculus - 94%
Physics 12 - 78%
Concert Band 12 - 98%
ESL 12 - 99%
So for UBC admission, they will look at four courses(average) which are,
English12, Science12(Chem,Bio,Phy.. etc), Math12, one other course with provincial exam.
For myself, I had English 12, Chemistry12, Math 12, and AP Calculus.
(You can use AP Calculus for admission average)
When u apply and submit mark for self-admission, they will autumatically pick the right ones with the highest mark.
My admission average was about 93%.
I hope it helped.
You actually have same career plan as me!!!
When are you going to UBC okanagan?
|01-08-2010, 06:50 PM||#3|
i didn't realize Pre-Pharm programs needed something different... unless its a dedicated pre-pharmacy school or something, because if you are good enough for college, you are good enough for pre-pharmacy, its just classes, there is no degree for prereqs
|01-08-2010, 10:29 PM||#4|
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That's great - Good luck with Pharmacy! I'm thinking of attending straight out of high school so September of 2011. Either UBC Okanogan or SFU in Surrey.
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|01-10-2010, 12:47 PM||#5|
Getting into a "pre-pharmacy" program won't help you enter the BSPharm at ubc any more than just completing the pre-requisites. Don't worry too much about getting straight A's in highschool, I know plenty of people that completely tanked in first semester university even after having over 86% highschool averages. Some people, did well in university even after having poor highschool grades. One thing i would do if i were you is take physics 12, I know it is not a pre-req for the university physics you have to take, but it is very helpful. University studying is just a bit different from highschool, you have to get used to it and learn how to study. If I were you, I would do the pre-requisites over two years and take it easy but try very hard. This way you can get volunteer experience aswell. Also, heads up for university calculus . Goodluck.
|01-10-2010, 04:50 PM||#6|
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