How did i start preparing application NOW?

Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by kies89, 05.13.14.

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  1. kies89

    kies89 5+ Year Member

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    I already asked LOR for 1 professor, 1 pharmacist and 1 community service advisor (pharmacist)
    Also, i started writing for my personal statements and studying for PCAT.

    as far as other part of application goes, how should i prepare them now?
    like should i start getting transcript from my undergrad now?
     
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  3. blueheron

    blueheron Chemist

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    No, you have to wait until your PharmCAS app opens for the new cycle. You order transcripts to be sent directly to them with a form you print. You also can't put in your classes until it opens. You can print an online version to make it easier, though. If you already have your ducks in a row it won't take but a couple weeks for them to process your transcripts, 2-4 hours to input your info in the meantime. Then you just have to wait for your recs and PCAT.
     
  4. RxEvileye

    RxEvileye 2+ Year Member

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    You can research individual schools and what you want to write for their supplementals if they have them.
     
  5. DruggieDoRight

    DruggieDoRight 2+ Year Member

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    When PharmCAS opens, send your transcripts in immediately. You don't want to be the student freaking out over whether or not your transcript gets in or not at the last minute. Also, apply early, the early you apply the more likely you are to get in due to rolling enrollment.
     

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