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Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by prospective, Apr 30, 2007.

  1. prospective

    prospective 2+ Year Member

    Apr 16, 2007
    Will the current students here please give me their opinion on these two institutions? Thanks so much!
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  3. bananaface

    bananaface Pharmacy Supernerd Pharmacist Moderator Emeritus Lifetime Donor Classifieds Approved 10+ Year Member

    Apr 24, 2004
    gone to seed
    moving to pre-pharm, as this is a school choice question. :)
  4. hpharm07

    hpharm07 Banned Banned

    Apr 3, 2007

    OK, I will focus what these two schools have in common, who are they admitting? well, both institutions only wants your money, no doubt about that, but statistics show:

    - young, fat and ugly :barf: (list of names: ****, **** ...
    - no pharmacy experiences
    - can't speak English
    - no pcat required
    - expect donations
    - high JC/state gpa
    - bs personal statement

    maybe i am generalizing, but if you carefully examine each applicant, you will find at least one or more of the above characteristic, no kidding!!! :luck: :p
  5. dumbguy

    dumbguy 2+ Year Member

    Dec 2, 2006

    are you happy you got it out of your system now?:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
    i don't know about the fat and ugly stat. :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
  6. gsinccom

    gsinccom 7+ Year Member

    Sep 19, 2005
    Wasatch Front
    I remember seeing a thread already on this; here it is:

    And to refute some of the "negative" comments I'll give you some first hand information. I'll be attending next year at USN and I'm neither young(30 year old P1 this August), fat, or ugly. I speak great English and actually did an English Minor as a part of my Bachelor's degree. I have no CC credit but rather it is all from universities. My personal statement was awesome; btw most personal statments have a bit of bs in them. I had plenty of pharmacy experience, hospital work experience and tons of volunteer and leadership experience. And one other note, usually the non-PCAT schools (i.e. - UCSF, Purdue and USN) are just as hard and often harder to get into than the PCAT schools.

    Take care hpharm07 - I hope things work out for you!

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