PharmCas Question

Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by AsianGuy26, Jun 16, 2008.

  1. AsianGuy26

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    Here is a thread everyone can post their question about PharmCas

    [I know that there are other threads like this]

    My question is what level courses are considered freshman/sophomore and which upper level division?
     
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  3. sakigt

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    I ended up doing it by the number associated with the class.

    ie: 1000 and 2000 are Fresh/Sop classes and 3000 and 4000 and upper level

    Made sense to me at the time, and I aint changing them now! :laugh:
     
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    If you took courses at a University, lower division courses are considered fresh/soph and upper division courses are junior/senior level courses.
    If you took ANY courses at a junior/community college, they are all considred to be fresh/soph level courses.

    Please correct me if I am wrong, but this is how I filled out my application last year and to my knowledge, part of the description that pharmcas provided.

    Good luck :love:
     
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    Yes, this is how you do it except some schools might use 100, 200, etc. I think there are some other schools with weird numbering, so I don't know how you do those ones!
     
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    Are you allowed to add another recommender after you e-submit?
     
  7. DieHardRX

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    i'm having the same question.
     
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    You can add references after you e-submit, but you cannot delete any that have already been received by PharmCAS.
     
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    I have a question concerning Courses:

    I had 3 courses taken in high school that my college accepted as credit. It was listed as "T" for transfer. However, PharmCAS does not offer T for the choice "Grade as it appears on the transcript"

    So should I put those courses as P (pass) or Cr (credit)?
     
  10. AsianGuy26

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    I put them as pass
     
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    If the classes are AP classes, then you should put them as CR. That's what they told me when I emailed them.
     
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    K thanks for the help guys. One of my high school classes was AP, while another was some other thing...I'll email them to clarify.
     
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    Can I add more schools when I submit my application?

    Can I submit my application now, if there is one more class I don't know the grade yet?

    :oops:

    Thanks, everyone
     
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    I considered all the prereqs to be fresh/soph. For example, if I took Chem 100 something and if it was a prereq for a Chem major, I considered it a fresh/soph. If Chem 100 was not a prereq for a Chem major, but a class that was higher than the normal prereqs, then I considered it upper div. It does get tricky and confusing but it worked ok for me. I got accepted Fall 2008 and PharmCAS didn't tell me to fix anything.
     
  15. AsianGuy26

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    Yes to both questions. There is an academic update later on which you can change grades along with adding additional schools.
     
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  17. keroppiqe

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    One of my pharmacists is always busy and I'm afraid that she might not be able to submit a LOR to PharmCAS, although she said she would. It shows that the status is still "NEW", meaning she hasn't opened the email from pharmCAS yet?

    If I had already submitted my application, can I still delete that pharmacist and add different pharmacist instead?
     
  18. Bostonian75

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    How should I answer this question?

    I attended this university 1 semester only 10 years ago (3 credits and withdrew the rest of classes) then I came back the same school 3 years ago. I do not think that 3 credits will be counted anyways if I apply to any school.
    My question is how to put "attendance date" to Pharmcas? Should I mention new date since I came back or I have to put the original day which is long time ago?

    Thank you.
     

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