SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) By request the Pre-Pharmacy forum will be consolidating the WAMC threads into a single master thread. It is our hope that this will reduce the amount of space devoted to the various WAMC threads in circulation at any given time leaving room for other threads on the main page and to give everyone who wants to know what their chances are an idea based on responses to other WAMC posters with similar backgrounds. How this will work: Any poster can post a what are my chances question in this thread. Should you decide to post outside this thread, the post will be merged into this thread. Regarding What are my chances questions: Rule 1: Be courteous. Given the risk of wasting money on applications, travel, lodging, etc., most people want an idea how likely it is that they are applying to the correct schools based on their own statistics. You may have to tell someone their chances aren't very good, but you don't have to do so in a rude manner. Rule 2: Please be as complete as possible when listing your application profile. Though we understand the desire for privacy in revealing personal information over the anonymous Internet, it doesn't benefit you if you receive opinions from SDN members having incomplete data about your application. You should include as much of the following as possible: a. Schools you are applying to b. Overall GPA c. Math/Science GPA d. GPA in last one or two school years e. Complete PCAT scores (or just composite) f. Pharmacy experience obtained g. Date of application submission (PharmCAS/primary and secondary) Additionally, the following will help us gauge your chances but are more optional: h. Number of LORs and source of LORs i. Non-pharmacy work and/or volunteer experience j. Self-perception of interview skills k. Overall impression of personal statement quality The more information you list, the better informed others will be when they form an opinion. Rule 3: This thread is for "what are my chances" posts only and their immediate responses. All "what are my chances" posts found in the SDN Pharmacy forums is subject to a move to this thread. We intend for this thread to consolidate and organize all of these related posts. Therefore, don't create a new thread asking about your chances. We will most likely move it to this thread ASAP. Rule 4: Search, search, search! The chances are good that someone answered your question through a different SDN user. We can reduce redundancy of posts if you just search the thread first for your answer.(e.g. Improve your chances thread.) Disclaimer: Unless a user is on the adcom to the school you are asking about, no one can know with any certainty your true chances of acceptance/interview. Those that answer typically have at least applied and received an interview at a school, though maybe not the one you're asking about. As always the best way to find out what your chances are is to contact the school and ask.