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Physics and Calculus @ UCSF

Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by Smileyfaces, Apr 25, 2004.

  1. Smileyfaces

    Smileyfaces New Member

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    Hello...

    I'm new here. It seems to be an interesting forum to join. First of all, congratulations on your admission for Class of 2008! :) For those currently attending UCSF, I want to know if you really use physics and calculus in pharmacy school. I know it's part of the prerequisites but I'm really scared cause I didn't do well enough especially in physics.

    Thanks......
     
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  3. neonam11

    neonam11 Hey, Baby!
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    As long as you know basic calculus (taking deriviatives and anti-derivatives) you should be fine for physical chemistry and a small portion of biopharmaceutics where you learn about AUC. In terms of your knowledge of physics, you should focus on energy and related topics. If any of my UCSF classmates want to add anything else, please do.
     

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