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Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by nc_tradition, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. nc_tradition

    nc_tradition 2+ Year Member

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    i just got the most depressing news ive gotten in a long while. i got an email saying i was denied for admission to uk. i interviewed last friday and felt very confident. they told us that there were 52 spots:( remaining between 110 people. i know i was in that top 52.

    i know that the pcat hurt me which is bull****. bc i had a 3.74gpa and tons of activities and did well at interview. the pcat in no way shape or form reflects my determination, potential , or knowledge as a pharmacy student or how good of a pharmacist i will become.
     
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  3. jun99

    jun99 2+ Year Member

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    Jan 30, 2007
    Sorry to hear that. Do you still have other options?
     
  4. nc_tradition

    nc_tradition 2+ Year Member

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    yea i have been accepted to samford and cincy, but UK was the top choice. im still waiting to hear back from pittsburgh, midwestern, and mercer
     
  5. nc_tradition

    nc_tradition 2+ Year Member

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    Oct 12, 2006
    anyone else get denied today and if so what were your stats
     
  6. Pheesh

    Pheesh 2+ Year Member

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    Feb 25, 2007
    Denied by Campbell. No interview. Blah, whatever. My stats aren't that great.

    One interview so far, guess I'll see in two months.
     
  7. foroneaudience

    foroneaudience Foroneaudience 7+ Year Member

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    UK puts a lot of emphasis on the PCAT because they have so many applicants.
     
  8. acetyl

    acetyl 5+ Year Member

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    Yep, last year the average was 86 for the PCAT, and as of the end of November UK had received 1056 applications. I know a few people on hold that have 90+ PCAT's and good grades.
     

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