What’s the most difficult part of graduate school, and of becoming a pharmacist?
I am currently a senior in high school. I plan to earn my bachelor’s degree in Biology. At this time, I am interested in pharmacy as a potential career. I feel it would be a good fit for me. If I were to continue on the pharmacy path, I may begin my career in R&D and then work my way to Pharmacy Administration. From your personal experience, what is the hardest part of graduate school? What’s the toughest aspect of pharmacy?
Hardest part of pharmacy school is balancing school work and tests on top of extra curriculars. Hardest part of becoming a pharmacist is the sheer amount of knowledge you need to store before sitting for the licensing exam, although once you get them down, it's not difficult nor impossible.
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