Chances into these PharmD programs?

<p>I'm going to be starting senior year in a few days, and I want to know if I have a good shot at being admitted into the 0+6 PharmD programs at these schools:</p>

<p>Albany College of Pharmacy
Duquesne University
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Northeastern University
Rutgers University
University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
St. John's University
St. Louis College of Pharmacy
University of Rhode Island</p>


<p>Unweighted GPA: 3.52
Weighted GPA: 4.00
1) Reading - 480, Math - 720, Writing - 660
2) Reading - 530, Math - 710, Writing - 620</p>

Freshman - Intermediate Algebra/Geometry H, English I H
Sophomore - Algebra II/Trig H, English II H, Spanish II H, Bio H, W Hist H
Junior - Precal H, Spanish III H, English Lang AP, US Hist AP
Senior - Calculus AP, English Lit AP, Spanish AP</p>

Spanish Club 4 years (officer), Physics Club 4 years (officer), Spanish NHS 2 years, Guardian Angels 4 years (volunteer group), Academic Team 2 years, Varsity Tennis 2 years, Big Brother Program 4 years, Yearbook 2 years, Newspaper 2 years</p>

<p>Community Service:
150+ hours working for my community parish + various service projects</p>

<p>I'm planning on taking the SAT IIs (Math 2, Spanish, Chemistry) this October, and I want to retake the SAT.</p>

<p>Given these stats, do you think I have a chance at being admitted into those PharmD programs? Thanks, answers are greatly appreciated.</p>

<p>Albany and Duquesne do not have 0-6 programs, they are 2+4 schools. But I think you will be accepted for both schools and probably MCPHS and USP. (Btw, if financial aid is a concern, you may be unhappy with these four when the awards come in...ACP is particularly stingy.) It's possible you will get the nod for some of the rest, but it really depends on the applicant pool. Do any of them require or even consider SAT subject tests? Have you taken the ACT?</p>

<p>Yes, I've taken the ACT. I didn't score that well though, so I'm just going to submit my SATs.</p>