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Need help for picking college? Topic: University of minnesota research
July 20, 2019 / By Haylee
Question: I'm a junior, living in wisconsin and starting to look at colleges. I want to be a pharmacist. My current grades are 3.45 GPA (on 4.0 scale) and i scored a 25 on the ACT, and im also involved in Model UN and key club. I've been trying to find a good college but need some help. Currently I'm thinking about applying at University of Minnesota Twin Cities, University of Kansas, UW-La Crosse, and Nova Souteastern U. I want opions on these schools, liklihood of me getting accepted, etc. I want to go to a school that offers pharmacy so is there any other suggestions? Thanks, your answer is greatly appreciated
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Dorinda Dorinda | 3 days ago
Good question. Im looking at going to Kansas University(ku). I was researching colleges in New England, and here in TN. I would go to google and type in the college name and find the official home page, read about the college from its website. Once your on an official homepage of a college just click academics and undergraduate degree programs to see if they offer pharmocology. And then click admissions to see what the requirements are to get into the college.
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Dorinda Originally Answered: I need help picking out an Amp for my guitar. Help?
Any amp will go with any guitar. What matters is what music you want to play. So, what genre are you interested in. Secondly, your top budget. If you want a "bog standard" amp, I'd suggest a Roland Cube. It's small, cheap, and they sound fairly good. Whatever you do, stay away from the Marshall MG series - they are criminally bad! The Line 6 Spider amps are just as bad. As for other things, you'll need a Chromatic Tuner, and maybe a Strap, if you want to practice standing up. Plus, a decent selection of picks/plectrums. For now, I wouldn't bother with any effects pedals, although they are rather good fun to play with. Right, Metal it is. Sorry to have to tell you this, but a small, cheap SS amp will never give you a great Metal tone. Still, a Roland Cube will be passable. If you want to spend more, then look at Valve powered Marshall, Blackstar, Peavey do some decent ones, maybe an Orange Tiny Terror. And, if you want some more advice (no endorsement here, just a satisfied customer, as it were) the Ultimate Guitar forums are worth a visit.

Cate Cate
Well you must think you are still only a junior my sister when to threw the same process and what she did was Made a list of Pros(good things) and cons(bad things) about all the schools she was accepted to so mabey that will help -patrick
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