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Good Pre-Pharm School?

Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by Tyrius, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. Tyrius

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    I've been accepted to quite a bit of schools. I'm waitlisted at University of the Sciences so i'm looking at backup schools that will help me get into Pharmacy schools. There is my selection.

    University of Vermont
    University of New Mexico
    Texas Tech
    Ursinius College
    Temple University
    Northern Arizona

    Yet to hear from:
    University of Connecticut
    University of Delaware

    Will any of these schools provide me with a better shot to get into Pharmacy School after my pre-reqs are completed?
     
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  3. jennyde

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    i go to university of delaware! haha, kinda funny..
    but anyways, i was just accepted to temple for pharmacy school. so i guess that looked good..

    ud has a really good bio and also science programs in general.. i came in as a bio major, it has worked out for me..

    if theres anything i can help you out with, let me know.
     
  4. nightcrawleRx

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    I'd say your best bet is the schools that have a College of Pharmacy even if you don't get accepted as a pre-pharm student. You can be undecided or major in Bio, Chem, etc. So off the top of my head, out of the schools you listed, that would be UConn, Temple, and Texas Tech.
     

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