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I'm a senior in high school and I have thought a lot about college / pharmacy school.
I have done a lot of research and most pharmacy programs are either 2+4 or 0-6 programs. I have already applied to colleges so if I do stay on track about pharmacy school, I'm going to have to reapply again after two years. But if I do go through with the 6 years, it is a very strict schedule and I would have no time to do all the fun stuff, take electives, study abroad, and have a life.
Do you think it would be a better idea to go through 'regular' college to get a bachelors before entering pharmacy school or should I just go through the 2+4 pre-pharmacy and pharmacy school. Then if I do get my bachelors then pharmacy school, is it really worth wasting 2 more years of my life studying things I won't ever need in the future? I don't know what to do!!