PCAT scores?

Discussion in 'PCAT Discussions' started by belmont3, Sep 24, 2014.

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  1. belmont3

    belmont3

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    Can anyone tell me what is/are the minimum PCAT score(s) that allow(s) to get into pharmacy school? Are they any specific scores that pharmacy schools require? Thanks!
     
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  3. SClENCE

    SClENCE 2+ Year Member

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    If you have a 3.8+ GPA and are applying to a lower tier school you may get in with a 50 percentile

    On the other hand, if you have a 3.0 and are applying to a top 10 school you are probably going to need at least 90 percentile

    Generally anything under 70 is considered bad and anything over 80 is very competitive

    Some schools have no requirement, some require 50 percentile or higher, but every school expects at least 60-70+ and most averages for accepted students are around 70-85 from what I can tell
     
  4. belmont3

    belmont3

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  5. belmont3

    belmont3

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    Is this score with or without the writing score? Cause I heard some schools care about the wiring one and some don't.. I'm not sure if that's correct?
     
  6. MDrxgirl410

    MDrxgirl410

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    The writing score is a separate score from 1-6. From what I've seen on here I don't think the schools care very much about it, but obviously you don't want to just bomb it and get a 1 either. I guess it depends on the school though.
     

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