Pharmacy Track?

<p>this upcoming september, i am going to be a high school senior. i'm if i have a chance of being accepted into a 0-6 pharmD program.</p>

<p>SAT Scores:
580 Reading
570 Math
560 Writing</p>

<p>my cumulative GPA is an 89.3</p>

<p>by the time i graduate i would have taken:
sciences; bio, chemistry, physics, anatomy and physiology
math; algebra 1&2, geometry, precalc, and probability and statistics.
... none of them being honors classes, but i attend a very rigorous highschool, it's nationally blue ribbon accredited - will that make a difference?</p>

<p>and also, i spent my summer volunteering at a pharmacy.</p>

<p>so i'm just wondering if anyone knows if i have a chance of being accepted into:
USP, MCPHS, Temple, St. Johns, and any other pharmacy schools that are in the east coast.</p>

<p>any comments or advice are greatly appreciated! thank you in advance!</p>

<p>please, any input would help... anyone? even the slightest comment would be appreciated.</p>

<p>When our family looked into 0-6, the successful candidates had significantly higher scores. I would increase my search to the early assurance schools as well. Look to schools that are outside the East Coast. Manchester College in Indiana is not guaranteeing spots in the pharmacy class, but will give an advantage to their own students. Butler and Drake offer early assurance. Research options beyond the 0-6 and you will find many schools that give preference to internal applicants that do well in the first two years of required courses.</p>