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Applying questions

KaitieluvvKaitieluvv 2 replies10 threads New Member
Okay so this is a really dumb question but...
If I want to be in the 0-6 pharmD program do I apply to northeastern and then apply to the program or am I applying to the program when I initially apply? also, if I do apply to the program at first, does that affect my chances of getting in, like will it be harder?
Thank You!
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  • nanotechnologynanotechnology 2503 replies23 threads Senior Member
    When you apply, you choose to apply to the 0-6 PharmD program. The 0-6 program will likely be harder to get into than applying for a straight undergrad program, because they are looking for people who they think at this early stage will be successful in an extended, professional/graduate program. If you want to do the PharmD program, do not apply to another program with the plan to transfer into the PharmD program once you have been accepted. This is very difficult, if it is even possible at all.
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