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Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by cy19861126, Jun 5, 2008.

  1. cy19861126

    cy19861126 Member 10+ Year Member

    Sep 7, 2005
    Hi, everyone. I just have gotten accepted to a few schools and I am having a hard time in picking the best school for me. I just have a few questions in below, and if you do not mind taking the time to answer them, I would greatly appreciate it

    1. Since the class size is huge, would that affect, in any way, the quality of education?

    2. Are there a lot of people failing out?

    3. Does the school care, or try to make you pass when you are not doing well in school?

    4. What is the typical test average for each class?

    5. How much do you study per day on average? Before the exam?

    Thank you very much in looking through these questions:)
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  3. bananaface

    bananaface Pharmacy Supernerd Pharmacist Moderator Emeritus Lifetime Donor Classifieds Approved 10+ Year Member

    Apr 24, 2004
    gone to seed
    Moving to the pre-pharmacy forum as this is a school choice question. Pharmacy is for topics of interest to current students and practitioners and was separated from the Pre-Pharmacy forum to allow people to browse those topics with out sorting through pre-pharm questions. Thank you for your understanding. :)
  4. KARM12

    KARM12 Super Member 10+ Year Member

    Apr 4, 2006
    1. Class size is 200, but it feels very small. I don't think it made a difference, I felt like I knew most of the students.

    2. No. The majority of students pass....there are always a few left backs, but usually only like 2 or 3.

    3. If you aren't doing well, they will go out of your way to help you. They do provide free tutors for students who are failing.

    4. I only studied a few days before the exam for a few hrs a night. Otherwise I enjoyed the time off.

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