akalic

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Hi i'm looking to apply to pharmacy at U of T. I live in British Columbia and along with applying here I wonder what are the odds of getting into U of T with a 73~ish average? I have been looking up for statistics but out of province applicants are treated on more difficult terms aren't they? Is it even worth applying? I don't really want to waste the applicant fee knowing I'd not even be considered one bit.
 

zohaibab

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Hi i'm looking to apply to pharmacy at U of T. I live in British Columbia and along with applying here I wonder what are the odds of getting into U of T with a 73~ish average? I have been looking up for statistics but out of province applicants are treated on more difficult terms aren't they? Is it even worth applying? I don't really want to waste the applicant fee knowing I'd not even be considered one bit.
I know around 3 pharmacy students off the top of my head that came from out of province, and that's in a class of 240 (there may be more; the point being that it's quite tough to get a spot for these OOP applicants)! No harm in applying though; best of luck.
 

OverTheCounter

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There's no harm in applying...but something you may want to keep in mind is that the average for the entering class is an A- (it has been like that for the past few years as far as I know)...so that's low 80's....but then again, the application process just changed...so you shoulnt rely too heavily on previous stats
 
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