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It can be helpful to take as many science related courses as possible in high school. The curriculum at St. Louis College of Pharmacy is extremely science based during the undergraduate years which can be very difficult for some students! Preparing yourself for a science based curriculum while still in high school is very beneficial! Taking college credit while in high school can also help lighten your load, but always check with the registrar at the college to make sure the credits will transfer.» Read More
A few tips I would provide to those who are looking at applying to Saint Louis College of Pharmacy: 1. Apply early: Early Decision usually begins mid-August and ends before December 1st. 2 Be involved in high school! Do what you are interested in and don't let others discourage you from pursuing what you want to do! Also, being involved helps beef up your resume. 3. Have your college essay edited and re-edited to perfection until you have the best final copy. Your essay is the most important projection the admissions committee has on you and your personality. Take time on this aspect of the application process; don't just ignore the underlying work that goes into developing the most perfect paper! 4. Be inspired. This goes along with #3, but incorporated something real and motivational into your paper that explains your reasoning on why you think you belong at STLCOP. In mine, I described how working in a pharmacy helped me understand how something small as counting the pills in a prescription affected something as big as how often someone would be able to get their dosage of medicines, etc. 5. Have fun! I thought applying to college was one of the most enjoyable things about senior year. It's your time to show off and brag about your talents and achievements, so why not?» Read More
Get in the habit of studying. For most students their our biggest change is learning how to study, because high school was easy for us. Now that doesn't mean you have to sit down for hours looking at the same book, learn what works for you to retain a mastery of the information.» Read More