What is involved in becoming a pharmacy technician, and how can I go from technician to pharmacist?
I'm not so great at math, but I think if I were working at the same math every day, I would be able to handle it. I also did well in Biology and Chemistry in high school, but I do realize that these sciences will become much more difficult on a professional level. I am currently a sophomore, working toward a bachelor's degree. If this is the path I want to follow, what should I be doing now?
Asked By: Teona England - 9/3/2011
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If you want, you can take a demo of a course to see what type of subjects are covered http://www.careerstep.com/demo/?uid=ref10077 As a pharmacy tech, you aren't going to need to learn much biology or chemistry- that is mainly knowledge for pharmacists. Technicians retrieve, count, pour, weigh, measure, and sometimes... More
Answered By: Amanda - 9/6/2011
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The math requirements associated with being a Pharmacy major would crush you. Being "not so great at math" is a death sentence. You've got to do the higher math and be good at it... More
Answered By: Kevin - 9/3/2011
Do not become a pharmacy technician first. The credits do not transfer to a pre-pharmacy program and becoming a pharmacy tech first is a waste of time and money.
Answered By: ownpool - 9/3/2011
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