PCAT (Pharmacy College Admissions Test) – PCAT School Code is 104

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Q. Is the PCAT required for admission?
A.  Yes, the PCAT (Pharmacy College Admissions Test) is required for admission into the PharmD Program. The MCAT, GRE, or any other admissions tests are not accepted.

Q. Is there a minimum PCAT requirement?
A.  All applicants are encouraged to have a PCAT composite scores of 40% or greater when applying. Applicants must complete the PCAT by January prior to the year they plan to start the PharmD program.

Q. When should I take the PCAT?
A.  The PCAT should be taken no later than the January examination dates prior to the year you are seeking admission. For example, if you are seeking admission for fall 2018, you must take the PCAT examination no later than the January 2018 test dates.  Test taken later than January 2018 will not be considered for the 2018 application cycle.

Q. Will you review my application without my PCAT score?
A.  No, only complete applications will be reviewed.

Q. I took my PCAT several years ago, will you accept these scores?
A.  We will not accept PCAT scores older than three (3) years.

Q. Where can I find more information about the PCAT?
A.  You can find out more information about the PCAT at the following website: http://www.pcatweb.info/

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