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What classes should i key on in high school in efforts to become a pharmacist?

like biology, chemistry, math? Is there anything else i should take?

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I have a cousin who is a licensed pharmacist, she said these would be the key ones to put focus on: Math and science. so in short, Biology, Algebra, Calculus, etc. also the physics, social science, and humanities are key. Economics would be helpful, and technology is extremely helpful too.

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medical clinical

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nursing class ?!

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that's not high school, that's college.
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id say maybe health??

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Hi, Dafodil, from my research (and some of these may be in college instead of H.S.) besides what you mentioned, you'll need physics, humanities, & social sciences. Congratulations on a GREAT pick for a profession and I wish you the best in all you do!

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4 years of both Science and Math classes and at least 2 of Latin.

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is the latin for like science and medicine?
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Latin is very important for many career paths but the top two that comes to mind would be Law and Medicine.
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I still say health class
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Economics, Speech, Anatomy and Physiology related, technology. also depending where you plan to work, spanish or another language

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