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Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by 8ball2g, May 16, 2007.
what are some of the easiest pharm schools to get in?
I don't think any of the Pharmacy schools are easy to get into. Just like any other graduate school, the competition is intense. To me, 50% is what you do with yourself during your undergraduate years and 50% is luck. My advice is to just do your best and hope for the best. But that's just my take.
There is no really "easy" school to get in for pharmacy, but I will say that the "easier schools" are the ones that are newer, lesser-known, and with lower applications to acceptance ratios. Still, a sub-3.4 GPA is a liability as well as a sub 75 on the PCAT will make acceptance more difficult though not impossible.
Look for the newly accredited schools that would seem like the common pre-pharmacy student wouldn't know without doing some research. Those schools aren't easy, but the poll is smaller allowing you a slightly better chance to get an interview.
Do a search. I seem to remember a very similar thread about a month ago.
Yeah, this topic comes up like once a week.