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Prepharm21

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hi, I am taking a european history course and it is very difficult becauss there is so much information. What will happen if i fail this course? will I not be able to get into pharmacy school? its a not a course for my major but i need it to graduate its for the history requirment. please help I am only a freshmen and I dont know that much about college.
 

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If failing that course will prevent you from getting a bachelor's degree, the answer is yes for pharmacy schools that require a bachelor's degree. The answer is no for pharmacy schools that don't require a bachelor's degree. The situation will also depend on what your cumulative gpa will be after four years. As long as it's not too low.
 

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hi, I am taking a european history course and it is very difficult becauss there is so much information. What will happen if i fail this course? will I not be able to get into pharmacy school? its a not a course for my major but i need it to graduate its for the history requirment. please help I am only a freshmen and I dont know that much about college.
Failing the course will affect your cumulative GPA. All schools have cut-offs you have to meet in order to apply. If your cumulative GPA is too low then your application might not be viewed.
 
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