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Choosing The Right College For You. Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2006. UGA College of Pharmacy. Athens, Ga Avg. tuition $4,155 for 12 or more credits About 125 students accepted per year Fall 2005-Avg. GPA 3.7, PCAT 93. GPA range- 3.0 to 4.0, PCAT range 72 to 99. Introduction to Statistics required - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • Choosing The Right College For YouWednesday, Nov. 1, 2006

  • UGA College of PharmacyAthens, GaAvg. tuition $4,155 for 12 or more creditsAbout 125 students accepted per yearFall 2005-Avg. GPA 3.7, PCAT 93. GPA range- 3.0 to 4.0, PCAT range 72 to 99. Introduction to Statistics requiredFeb. 1, 2007- Online application due, Fall 2007 application process happening now

  • Mercer University Southern School of PharmacyAtlanta, Ga- Private University and $25,000 per semesterName has now changed to College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesRequires PhysicsPharmCAS and PCATDegrees: Pharm D. - PhD - P.A. PharmD./PhD Pharm D./MBAAverage overall GPA - 3.5 and average PCAT composite percentile score is 86. However, the range of acceptable GPAs is still 2.50 4.00 and acceptable PCAT scores is 60-99. Of course its tougher the lower the GPA or PCAT score. Deadline for Application is January 5th,2007Already interviewing

  • South University School of PharmacySavannah, GA-near historic downtown, Tybee Island$7,795 per quarterAccelerated 3 year program-1 of 3 Pharmacy schools in GA/ 1 of 5 in U.S.2.8/4.0 GPA required-3.0 Science GPA preferredAdditional info: Anatomy & Physiology I and II required. Recommended 2 science courses/17 semester hours1,200 applicants/70 slotsDates to know: Nov. 2006- General Admissions interviews, Feb. 1, 2007- Application Deadline, April 2007- Decisions finalized

  • Top 10 Pharmacy Schools in U.S.University of University of CaliforniaSan Francisco 4.6 (of 5.0)University of TexasAustin 4.4University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill 4.2Purdue University (IN) 4.1University of Arizona 4.1University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 4.1University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 4.1University of Illinois-Chicago 4.0University of Kentucky 4.0University of Maryland-Baltimore 4.0 *Info from 2005 U.S. News and World Report