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npp71681

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Hi!

I am a Pre-Pharamcy student. I plan to start Pharmacy school in Fall-2005. For right now, I am thinking to attend University of Texas at Austin or University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. From these two schools which would be the best school to attend and to get Pharm.D degree from.

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goheel

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Depends what state you live in. I heard both of them are really hard to get in if you're out-of-state.
 

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I agree. State schools are hard to get into, if you aren't a resident. The best pharmacy school is whichever school accepts you.
 

emogrrrrl

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UT-Austin is hard enough to get into if you are in-state, i couldn't even tell you what your odds are out-of-state.
i believe only 4 people from out of state were accepted last year.
 
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