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What classes can you take your senior year to help you become a pharmacist?

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2005-10-25 20:24:16
2005-10-25 20:24:16

Any and all science and math classes you can get into. Though mind you, once you start college those high school classes will not count towards any college degree. So really nothing you take in high school will help you earn a college degree though they will make your college science and math classes a lot easier. You are wanting to enter into a field that is overwhelmed with advanced maths and sciences.

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