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One thing I always wished I had when applying for pharmacy school was someone to ask questions! That being said, I am offering myself to (try to) answer some questions since I have recently "been there, done that." I have recently been accepted into several pharmacy schools after completing a BA in biochemistry, and will be starting my first year of the PharmD program in a few weeks. I was co-president/re-founder of my undergrad school's pre-professional program, so I was sort of like a student adviser to pre-pharm, pre-vet, pre-med, etc. students.
That being said, if I don't know something I will tell you and not make things up, but I will also try to suggest how to find that information. Your undergrad counselors should be helpful and you should never underestimate the knowledge you can get from PharmD admissions staff and websites. I also know next to nothing about 0-6 programs, so I can't really help you there. I do know some about 2-4 programs, but I am most familiar with going for a BA/BS and then applying to the PharmD program (I recommend this because then you have a backup degree in case you do not get into pharm school, but different programs suit different people better).
Here's a website I stumbled upon recently that answers a lot of common questions about applying to PharmD programs. It's pretty current: PharmApplicants.com - Pharmacy School Admission Statistics
You can also PM me if you'd like. I hope I can help!