BATGAL Posted October 27, 2006 Report Share Posted October 27, 2006 Hi, I read several threads which dealt with how to get to medschool through pharmacy (or nursing etc) as a backup. Well.........from what I know, I think I would love to work as a pharmacist (esp. hospital pharm). But I would enjoy even more if i am a physician. But what I like is........if i get in to pharmacy, work as a pharmacist for a few years...get my financial situation alright, learn more about the health field and gain experience (and also see if pharmacy will be good for life). The question is if I want to apply to medschool say, after working 4 years as a pharmacist.........how will it affect my admission? Does it get better or worse? To calculate my GPA, do they look at my best 3 or 4 years or something? The fact that I have been away from studies for a while.....how does that affect my application. I definitely wanna give hospital pharmacy a try.....but I still want to keep my options open for medschool in the far future. Any comments are welcome guyz... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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