What classes should you take in high school if you were planning to be a pharmacist?
Definantly CHEMISTRY, and Algebra 1 and 2 maybe Geometry, English,and proably Spanish.
Calculus (You can take during college)
(Take Honors/AP if you can handle it)
You should focus on college preparation courses, particularly math and science. If your school offers AP classes, you could skip some of these courses in college if you get a decent score on the AP exam. It would also be a good idea to start getting some experience in pharmacy or general healthcare by shadowing a pharmacist or doing volunteer work at a healthcare facility. Contact an advisor at the pharmacy school that you are…
That depends on what classes you take. Generally, however, high school will be much harder. If you continue to take the classes you should take (i.e. you take classes in the high achiever program in middle school and then take honors and AP classes in high school), then yes, high school will easily be more challenging. If you take high achiever classes in middle school and then take general classes in high school, then middle…