Chances for Pre-Pharmacy

<p>Get ready to read! Please chance me!</p>

<p>9th grade:
Algebra I
English 9
Computer Ed/Art I
Earth Science
Western Civilizations
Italian I</p>

<p>10th grade:
Geometry
English 10
Journalism
Biology
Honors Italian II
Honors Global Studies</p>

<p>1th grade:
Algebra II
English 11
Anatomy/Physio
Chemistry
Honors Italian III
Honors US History</p>

<p>12th grade
Pre-calc
College Writing/College Literary Drama
Honors Biotechnology and Microbiology
Physics I
Psych</p>

<p>Overall GPA 3.9 W, 3.4 UW
Top 25%</p>

<p>Extra curriculars:
Amnesty International 9, 10, 11 *executive board
School paper 10, 11 *editor in chief
Italian Club 9, 10, 11 *executive board
National Italian Honor Society 10
Tennis 10, 11
Track and Field 10, 11
Literary Journal 9, 10, 11</p>

<p>ACT composite: 25 (30 reading, 22 math, 25 writing, 10 essay)
SAT total (out of 2400: 1620, 560 reading, 530 math, 540 writing)
Took an AP...fail.</p>

<p>College courses: Biology 101 (in lieu of AP Bio--didn't need second semester of it) grade TBD</p>

<p>Looking at:
URI (0-6, meaning accepted into college of pharm right in HS)
Mass. College of Pharm 0-6
St. John's in Queens, NY 0-6</p>

<p>Potential "safties"
Husson U (2+4, meaning I apply to college of pharmacy after 2 years)
U of New England (2+4)</p>

<p>Your SAT's are very low for St John's and URI's PharmD program...two years ago their average admitted M/CR score for these programs was well above 1300. You might look at their website or email pharmacy admissions for current info before paying the app fees...with 0-6 schools you should disregard any general acceptance info about the rest of the school! I think you have a decent chance at MCPHS...are any of those math/sciences at the honors or AP level?</p>

<p>I think you should definitely consider LIU Brooklyn (Long island University). They have a 6 year PharmD program. I have heard of a person with ~1500 SAT get in, so you have a shot there.</p>

<p>@ tb0mb93--they aren't HS early assurance, I believe? Meaning you apply after 2 years and take the PCAT.</p>

<p>I'm also a double legacy..my grandfather did the pharm program back when it began, too. Would that help?</p>