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I feel as though I am receiving aQuite BrightNursing
I feel as though I am receiving a very good education from the school. Putting in lots of work and getting help when needed is necessary but in an accelerated program it is expected. It is easy to get lost in schoolwork and the parties at this school are really not fun. However, because the school is surrounded by other schools in a big college city it can be very fun.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A, Campus Aesthetics: D-
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I am a current PharmD student at MCPHS.AveragePharmacy
I am a current PharmD student at MCPHS. I am glad that I chose this school. The school has a really great Pharmacy program and all the faculty is very willing to help you. Also the faculty is very versatile and diverse and the school shares some professors with Harvard Medical School too. The schoolworks at MCPHS are challenging sometimes but I think that's how you learn stuffs in college. I chose this school because I personally prefer a small college. The student professor ratio at MCPHS is 17:1. I talked to some upperclassmen who are in thier 5th or 6th year in PharmD program (PharmD program is a 6 years program) and they said that MCPHS has prepared them well for NAPLEX

(North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination). MCPHS's students also have a 95% first time pass rate for NAPLEX. I thought that's pretty amazing. One of my favorite parts of the school is that the school is right in the city. You have so many things to do in Boston. The T (Boston Subway system) station is right in front of the school so you can easily go to anywhere and explore around Boston. If you are too stressed from schoolworks, just go around the city and get some rest. The location of the school is good not only for fun but also for an academic factor. There are total 6 hospitals around the school including Boston children's hospital so students here have really great opportunities for internship, research opportunities and jobs after they graduate.

3rd Year Female -- Class 1920
Education Quality: A, Education Quality: A
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MCPHS is a good school.Quite BrightPreDent and Dentistry
MCPHS is a good school. Upsides are the quality of facilities and programs, downsides are extremely limited parking and having a small campus.
4th Year Male -- Class 2012
Education Quality: A+, Extracurricular Activities: B-
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