I would spend some time considering what you want to do with a pharmacy degree as opposed to preparing for pharmacy school.
Thanks for the replies, but that really doesn't help me, nor does it answer any of the questions I asked ^^;If I were you, I would look into other majors. There are too many pharmacy schools pumping out new graduates, and more of them opening each year. By the time you finish, you can expect to be $200k+ in debt and unable to find a job.
Computer science is a major that will land you much better job prospects, higher take-home pay, and better work conditions without the additional $200k+ in loans and 4 years of schooling needed to become a pharmacist. Computer science majors at UC Berkeley usually job offers of $100k+ salaries thrown at them before graduation.
The short answer to your question is: that it doesn't really matter which school you go to, as long as you complete the prequisites. There are so many pharmacy schools now that just about anyone can get as long as you have a pulse and can secure $200k+ in student loans from the government or banks. The real hard part is landing a job to be able to pay off those loans and make ends meet after you graduate.Thanks for the replies, but that really doesn't help me, nor does it answer any of the questions I asked ^^;