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Arm chair philosopher turned pharmacist

Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by weezbug123, May 1, 2007.

  1. weezbug123

    weezbug123 2+ Year Member

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    Will it count against me that I do not have the traditional bio or chem. major? I chose philosophy b/c it allowed me to expand my knowledge base in something I enjoyed as well as teaching me to think in a more analytical way. My thinking was that I would have the preparation I would need since I took the pre-med classes. Plus, everything would be covered again in med school (now, pharm school). Has anybody else been accepted to pharmacy school with odd majors? Did you have a harder time getting accepted?
     
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  3. WVUPharm2007

    WVUPharm2007 imagine sisyphus happy Pharmacist 10+ Year Member

    They don't even take it into consideration. You can major in Chem or Fencing. As long as you get those core classes done, you're gold. I probably have taken enough philosophy classes to get a minor in that ****s, too. Too bad they don't let you minor in anything.
     

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