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6 because my mom was a pharmasist at childrens mercy

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Yes, you definitely do. 8 years in college.

High school and College and Pharmacy School. Becoming a licensed pharmacist requires almost as much education as being a doctor.

2 years(pre-school),5 years (elementary school),3 years(middle school),4 years (high school),4 years (college),2 years (pharmacy school) 20 years in all. start at age 4 and have an actual job at age 24.

After high school, you enroll in college which is 4 years. Then you apply to medical school.

Yes you can. You get 4 years of high school basketball and 4 years of college.

To attend a selective college, how many years of high school science must you complete? 3

Usually you have to complete about 2 years of pre requisites followed by at least 4 years of Pharmaceutical College. Then you have to pass state tests and have to retake them every couple years.

Yes. Of course, a high-school education is only the beginning of a pharmacist's training. At least 5 years of college-level training are required afterwards.

High School Musical 4 - College Years.

i thik you need a high school diploma.

If entering college immediately after high school, most students are 18 years old, with some even 17 years old.If entering college immediately after high school, most students are 18 years old, with some even 17 years old.If entering college immediately after high school, most students are 18 years old, with some even 17 years old.If entering college immediately after high school, most students are 18 years old, with some even 17 years old.If entering college immediately after high school, most students are 18 years old, with some even 17 years old.If entering college immediately after high school, most students are 18 years old, with some even 17 years old.

It will take four years of high school or g.e.d 4 of college for bachelors and four years of med school.

A benefit of having 4 years in high school is that you have time to prepare to go to college. It also helps to prepare you for college, which is also 4 years long.

It would seem that any Pharmacy School would have this answer, also it would seem that you could call your local pharmacist and get the correct answer. A high school counselor should also be able to answer this question, too. **************************** As long as you have graduated from high school or completed a GED, it does not matter what type of diploma you have. Either of these is necessary to enroll in college, where you will complete undergraduate coursework before applying to pharmacy school. The pharmacy school will be looking at the grades that you earned in you college coursework, not your high school diploma.

you have to get in to art classes ,and you have to take art in college and 2 years in high school

High School starts at grade 9, so you would be 14 or 15 years old. High school lasts for 4 years. So usually at around 18 years old you go to college, which is the same as a university. You can go to college for 2, 4, 6 or 8 years.

It would take 4 years of High School, then go to college for 4 years to get your batecholors degree. Then 4 Years of Med School.

If you have a 3.3 GPA in high school, you will need to continue you good study habits in college. Your GPA does not carry over from high school to college.

Yes and 4 years of college, 4 years plus of medical school, and an internship. The college time is 12 years of college at a bare minimum.

Only 3 of high school

12 years through high school 4 years of college 4 years of med school

In the United States, pharmacists must have the equivalent of 4 school years of graduate-level training... that's aftergraduation from college. (Some pharmacy schools do technically allow non-graduates after they have completed two years of college study, but in practice, competition for admission means that the majority of pharmacy school students have completed a four-year college program).So... basically... between 5 (admitted after two years of college, and enrolled in a special 3-year program without summer breaks) and 8 (the more traditional four years college, four years pharmacy school) years in total.All of this is, of course, in addition to completing high school.

High school won 't do it you need 12+ years of college.

8 years after high school and 4 years after college.

You go to college for four years, then law school for another three years.