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Jun 05

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May 13

I did it! I’m officially done with my entire undergraduate career. I finished my finals last week, walked in a diploma and hooding ceremony on Saturday, and final grades for the term were just released tonight.
I can rest easy now knowing that I’m on track for pharmacy school in August. Honestly, I don’t know how I pulled off some of my grades from this semester. I mean an A- in immunology? I thought I was going to fail. But I guess hard work, determination, and a bunch of cramming the night before the final pays off. I’m just so happy to be done. Now I can finally enjoy my last summer before grad school. 

I did it! I’m officially done with my entire undergraduate career. I finished my finals last week, walked in a diploma and hooding ceremony on Saturday, and final grades for the term were just released tonight.

I can rest easy now knowing that I’m on track for pharmacy school in August. Honestly, I don’t know how I pulled off some of my grades from this semester. I mean an A- in immunology? I thought I was going to fail. But I guess hard work, determination, and a bunch of cramming the night before the final pays off. I’m just so happy to be done. Now I can finally enjoy my last summer before grad school. 

Apr 20

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Apr 19

Anonymous said: Hello. For students in the pharmacy program, if they are unable to meet the GPA requirement, are they dropped or do they have to take one more year to boost it up? Basically, does a 3+3 change to a 4+3?

If you don’t meet the GPA requirement, you don’t get dropped from the program. You just add on another semester or year, however long it takes until you raise your GPA, and apply next year. So yeah, basically a 3+3 changes to a 4+3, but you wouldn’t actually have to stay that whole year. You could literally just take one math/sci booster if that’s all you needed and take the rest of the year off until the application season. But you are only allowed to extend until 5+3. If you don’t meet the GPA requirements in your 5th year, then you pretty much get dropped from the program.

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Apr 02

catchyname:

I stopped watching How I Met Your Mother a few years ago and am considering catching up now that it’s over but I doubt the finale is going to reveal that Ted meets the mother and has his kids but then dies in a tragic accident and all along the whole series has been about the kids being told this whole story by their step-father, Danny Tanner, leading into the mashup/spin-off Full House I Met Your Mother so there might not be any point.

I really wish this was how it ended.