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Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by landakerjenna, May 9, 2008.

  1. landakerjenna

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    I am in alternate list in nova is there any chance of me getting into the program??
     
  2. LoKoTe

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    Someone I work with had been accepted to Nova, but got recently accepted to UF and will be attending there. Same thing with a class mate. So I'd say you have a chance.
     
  3. lastmagus

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    I got accepted into NOVA and UF and took UF as well. I would say your chances are pretty good.
     
  4. endurorider

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    I would say you definitely have a chance.

    I got in after being on the alternate list! (just finished my first year!!) :hardy:
     
  5. DoctorRx1986

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    How would you describe your overall experience as a P1 student at NSU both academically and socially? I am an incoming P1 and a little excited but intimidated at the same time. Congrats on completing first year...3 more to go! :)
     
  6. landakerjenna

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    Is it okay to ask the college, how can we increase chances of being accepted ( more experience, harder classes etc)
     

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