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Hi, everyone
I m dhaval patel and want to come to Canada for MPharm/MS… I m planning to give IELTS, Please tell me what are the minimum band i need to get into good colg… What is good for me Mpharm or MS for me… How lately can i give the exam… what are the final application dates… and plz list me some good colgs


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    May LMon, 17 Nov 2008 13:37:44 -0000

    Hi there Dhaval,

    I'm glad to hear that you're interested in studying in Canada!

    Here are some schools you might interest you:

    1. "Toronto Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology ":http://www.tipt.com/

    2. "Dalhousie University College of Pharmacy ":http://pharmacy.dal.ca/index.html

    3. "University of British Columbia, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences ":http://www.ubcpharmacy.org/

    Keep in mind, different schools have different admission requirements. The best approach is to look into each school for a complete idea of what you need in order to be admitted into the institution.

    The University of Alberta's Master of Pharmacy and Master of Science program for instance, requires a minimum admission average of 3.0 in the last two years of undergraduate an equivalent qualification from a recognized institution. Also, applicants must obtain a minimum score of 550 (paper-based), 213 (computer-based), or a total score of 88 with a score of at least 20 on each of the individual skill areas (internet-based) on the TOEFL test, or a minimum overall band score of 6.5, with at least 5 on each band on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

    The decision between a Masters in Pharmacy or Science will ultimately come down to your preference. Research the different programs and the type of opportunities available in the long-run. Take into consideration the professors, campus, and services for International students.

    Early applications for Fall '09 admission start in March. Now is a good time to start researching and familiarizing yourself with the processes involved for studying aboard. I encourage you to join LearnHub's Study Aboard Canada community to take advantage of the information and material available there.

    I hope that answers your questions.

    Good Luck!

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    swathidonepudiWed, 19 Nov 2008 14:36:01 -0000

    hi i am doing my final year bachelor in pharmacy and intrested in doing my masters in pharmaceutical science in canada i need to know wether universities over there consider or compulsory need gre score or toefl alone is sufficient

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    May LThu, 20 Nov 2008 16:28:28 -0000

    Hi there Swathi Donepudi,

    If you refer to the discussion post right above your message, you'll see that I have addressed a similar query.

    Please let me know if you have any other questions.

    Thanks!

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    urswathiThu, 20 Nov 2008 02:47:03 -0000

    Hi this is swathi.i want to know about the details of the biofuels.which universities are offering biofuels as masters in canada.what test is required for it.plz let me know,all the details.

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    May LThu, 20 Nov 2008 16:44:17 -0000

    Hi Urswathi,

    I'm glad to hear that you're interested in studying in Canada.

    Biofuels is any interesting area. I'm not too familiar with this major and so it's great to learn more about it as I research for you.

    It seems that there aren't many schools in Canada that offer a program in the Biofuels area. Although, there is extensive funding being placed into biofuel researching.

    Can you please elaborate more on this concentration?

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks!

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    contactfawazMon, 24 Nov 2008 13:43:09 -0000

    hello .
    iam fawaz from india iam intersted to do MBBS in canada .wil you plz tell me the fees structure and details of colleges there in canada …reply me soon ok………………………..

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    mohinicitcMon, 24 Nov 2008 17:09:59 -0000

    hi…i m mohini…want to know @ M.S. in civil Engg. perticularly in structural engg. want to @ intake , uni.s or colleges in alberta / calgary… mini. score, application dates…
    bye…

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    MISS KABERI SINHASun, 30 Nov 2008 17:30:04 -0000

    Hai! Iam kaberi from India, being a registered Rehab. professional(special educator cum counsellor for Multiple disabilities) in the field of disabilities want to interact with the adult training centre/job development centers at CANADA along with doing PG in Psychology in any Canadian University.please do inform me about the scope of my ambition, how and how much it can be possible.

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    Avinash ChandraTue, 02 Dec 2008 07:24:27 -0000

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    MISS KABERI SINHAThu, 11 Dec 2008 14:19:56 -0000
    I want to know and willing to interact with the egencies who are dealing with the adult training and job development related with the group of challenged persons in the field of disabilities, specially for the intellectual and multiple challenged persons. how it can be possible?
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    urswathiFri, 19 Dec 2008 05:51:29 -0000

    Thanks a lot for responding.i was waiting for your reply.can you tell me what score do i need in TOFEL and in GRE.is GRE a must for canada.pplease give me more information of biofuels.as universities course.

    thanks.

    swathi.

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    tarak patelTue, 17 Nov 2009 04:40:57 -0000

    no its not nacessary

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    May LFri, 19 Dec 2008 14:09:13 -0000

    Hi there Urswathi,

    Please bear in mind that different schools have varying language and admission requirements throughout Canada.

    I strongly encourage you to read the following lessons for an overview of the GRE and TOEFL exams.

    GRE FAQs will be a helpful resource to you. In addition, please read over TOEFL - The Basics. Both lesson pages contain the minimum requirement details and other important information pertaining to the tests.

    I've also included links to the GRE Prep and TOEFL Prep communities. Be sure to join and make use of the practice tests we have available there.

    Good Luck!

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    lil2dude7581Thu, 22 Jan 2009 19:10:20 -0000

    Hi,
    Is GRE required for masters in Pharmacy also? or only toefl is sufficient?

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    Oren LahavThu, 22 Jan 2009 19:59:02 -0000

    As MayMay mentioned above, most Canadian universities require both a TOEFL and a GRE score for admissions from international students, and those that don't require it would usually strongly recommend it. If you're looking for a masters in pharmacy program in Canada, taking the GRE is a good idea- find out more about it here.

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    muthanna abdul hussein Wed, 04 Feb 2009 16:35:51 -0000

    Dear miss may may
    I am a pharmacist from Iraq, I graduate on 1998,and I will come to Canada as a refugee next month, my question is what is the requirement the college need from me to allow me study to get a master degree in pharmacy in addition to my documented certificate in pharmacy with over all average of the 5 years study 59.19 and 60.2 for the last 2 years and the IELET certificate with score 5.5 intermediate in (general type EILET)? is it enough for the college with those scores or it require an exam before I can enroll in the college? with my respect to you and thanks for your help

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    Oren LahavTue, 07 Apr 2009 12:53:57 -0000

    Generally, to gain admissions into a masters degree in pharmacy, you'll need a bachelor degree and a GRE score. I'm not sure whether Canada recognizes pharmacy certificates from other countries, I know that general medical designations and other professional designations are generally not recognized. You might have to take a certain exam, though I'm not entirely sure. If you do have a bachelor degree you should be fine. You'll also probably need proof English, so you'll have to take the TOEFL. I suggest you contact a Canadian school and ask them.

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    sjMon, 30 Mar 2009 05:23:53 -0000

    dear maymay
    i m pharmacist from india
    i have done with my ielts that is 6.5 overall
    i hav clear gre with 1030.
    i want to take admission in gud university at canada
    can u give info regardin followin things ,,,

    universities for mpharm study
    can i apply now if yes how ??pls sugest regardin tht too as i hav done wtih examz
    fees per semester
    part times n scholarships hw to get scholarship best approches
    wht r the scope in canad a after doin mpharm there..do v require to clear any exam to work thre
    can u give infor regarding student visa of canada n there after pr procedure..
    reply is appriciated ..

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    Oren LahavTue, 07 Apr 2009 13:02:30 -0000

    The Universities of Toronto, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and British Columbia all offer a Master of Science in Pharmacy.

    In order to be a pharmacist in Canada you need a Canadian degree, you have to pass the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada exam, and you'll probably have to complete some Canadian experience in terms of working as an intern for a while.

    To apply to university, just contact their admissions office and they'll provide you with the necessary information. The admissions for Fall 09 are probably closed, but you may be able to make it into the Winter 10 term or later. You can also ask the schools about scholarships and they'll be able to give you more information. Visit our scholarships community too for additional resources. Once you're admitted you can apply for a student visa, your school may be able to help but generally you'll have to go through the Government of Canada website for the official procedure.

    Good luck with everything!

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    lakhi chaudharyMon, 18 May 2009 14:37:37 -0000

    i want to do mbbs course in any usa college and plz give me its fee stucture

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    SureshMon, 25 May 2009 06:02:16 -0000

    Hi,

    In the United States, students wishing to become doctors study first for four years, generally in programs referred to as “pre-medical study”. These “pre-med” programs are offered by over 500 colleges and universities. At the end of the four years, they receive the Bachelor degree which allows them to apply to medical school. The medical school program lasts four years: the two first years are devoted to the basic medical sciences and the last two years concentrate on clinical training including practical training in hospitals (clerkships). While there are hundreds of universities providing pre-medical education (for the first four-year cycle), there are only 124 medical schools (for the second four-year cycle).

    For this reason, competition for admission to American medical school is very intense, even among American students, where, in general, only one application in two is accepted. This means that foreign students’ chances of being admitted to American medical schools are very slight indeed. It is estimated that 10,000 â€" 15,000 American students who were not admitted to American schools are studying medicine outside the United States. Foreign students are seldom admitted unless they have completed all of their premedical training in the United States.

    The Association of American Medical College’s publication Medical School Admission Requirements, which lists admission requirements of each school and provides statistics on admissions, out-of-state admissions and foreign student admissions, may be obtained from A.A.M.C., 1 Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C. 20036, or may be consulted in the Commission’s Advising Center.

    It is strongly recommended that applicants from other countries who wish to study medicine in the United States complete their pre-medical college work in the United States. Applications should be made directly to the undergraduate colleges that customarily prepare students for medical school. To be considered for admission to a medical school, an applicant must usually have a baccalaureate degree. This “premedical” curriculum normally consists of: psychology, 2 years of biology, 1 year each of organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, and physics, as well as English, calculus and mathematics.

    The Medical College Admission Test is a multiple-choice type examination designed to measure the applicant’s verbal ability, quantitative ability, general information, and scientific knowledge. Completion of this standardized test is required for admission to all medical schools in the United States. The examination is given twice a yearly in April and September, at designed centres throughout the world. For further information concerning the MCAT Registration,, The American College Testing Program, P.O. Box 414, Iowa City, IA 52243. A limited supply of registration form is also available in the Advising Centre of the Commission. Applicants are advised to take the MCAT in April, 18 months prior to anticipate registration in a medical school.

    Application is made either to individual schools directly or, where required, through the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS). At present, 105 medical schools participate in AMCAS. Information on AMCAS can be found at : www.aamc.org…

    Students of foreign medical schools need to get a ECFMG Certification to be eligible to study and practise in the US.

    Hope the above answers your queries.The best approach would be to finish your MBBS course here and get a certification examination cleared and apply for a VISA to US for further studies or you can try to apply for pre-medical course as mentioned.

    So here is my suggestion for you…

    1) Medicine is called MD in US.

    2) Write SAT

    3) You need to complete 4 years of Bachelors in Biology/science to apply for medicine.

    4) After that apply for MD (apply for MCAT test and get good scores) - very difficult to get admission - dental may be easier.

    All the best.

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    Mon, 09 Aug 2010 05:14:51 -0000

    hello all…

    I’ve just completed my b pharmacy and am planning a masters in US.. i would like to know the fee structure for various universities ? ? ? and also the fee for accomdation in college campus(hostel) ??

    is it advisable to stay of the campus with sharing or in the campus…??? as i would be a complete stranger there …!!!

    thank you !!!

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    Dipika JainTue, 17 Aug 2010 03:03:43 -0000

    Hello,

    Please find below the response to your queries :

    The tuition fees are variable as per the choice of the program and the university as well. Also, when it comes to health/medical related fields the expense incurred is higher in comparison to the fields related to engineering, arts etc. For your information the tuition fees can vary from $18,000 to $ 30,000 per annum. Similarly, the cost of living varied on the location. For instance, the cost of living in California, New York is very high in comparison to Texas, Indiana etc. You may consider approximately $ 1000 per annum in general.
    While considering accommodation, I always suggest international applicants to start of with the option of being On campus, making choice between the Halls of Residence and the students hostel whereas the off campus accommodation includes Home stay, Apartments, Flats.

    Though staying Off Campus is much more economic than staying On Campus it is always advisable that the student should stay on campus for the first six months since off campus staying would leave you absolutely on your own from the very beginning on a new land.
    The other option that you should definitely consider while deciding on accommodation is getting to know of the same from the international applicants already enrolled in the university. They can offer you the real picture. You can look for the students association (Indian Student Association) that can be handy to get the contact details of the seniors.

    I hope the above specified takes care of all your queries.

    Take care!

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    bp_quariesMon, 09 Aug 2010 07:18:07 -0000

    Hi ! I'm a bachelor student and 'm still on my 7th semester. I will complete my bachelor this year and will like to do my pharmacy masters in Canada. I would be highly obliged if you do please suggest me with what shall I do and where shall I apply. I'm a very good student and my performances are excellent. I have to be careful about my expenses as well so would you please kindly suggest me as an idiot who knows nothing?? or can you explain to me the procedure as you would explain to a child 12 yrs old.
    Thank you !!

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    Charu MalikTue, 10 Aug 2010 07:40:09 -0000

    Hello,

    You can do Masters in Pharmaceutical Science or Pharmacy in Canada if you have complete your bachelors and have a good GPA , IELTS or TOEFL scores. IELTS or TOEFL tests are mandatory exams for international students who are non-native speakers of English Language.
    To get more details on these exams, please click on the links below:
    1. IELTS
    2. TOEFL

    For Canada, IELTS is preferred to avoid any issues at the time of getting a Student Visa. An IELTS score of 6.5 is preferred with no less than 6.0 in each section.

    For programs on pharmacy in Canada , you may check out a few universities/colleges such as:
    1. University of Alberta
    2. University of British Columbia
    3. University of Toronto

    Our article on Pharmaceutical Sciences in Canada will provide you with relevant details and scope or career as a successful pharmacist in Canada.

    Here is a brief on the admission procedure and the requirements as an international student:

    1. First , please register yourself for GRE, IELTS or TOEFL test . You can check out the links above for information on these tests. However, most of the Canadian institutions do not ask for a GRE test but it is recommended to have this test. For details on GRE 2010 , please click on the hyperlink.

    2. After this, start shortlisting the desired universities/colleges . The universities which are mentioned above are well known and MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences/ Pharmacy in Canada. You should go through the curriculum first , it should go with your career goal.

    3. Do the score reporting to the universities shortlisted. You need to have the list of desired universities (at least 4) at the time of registering for GRE or IELTS/TOEFL.

    4. Apart from these tests score, you need to send your transcripts/mark sheets to the desired university/college for evaluation. Also send your GPA score (Grade Point Average). It should be above 3.5 at least to get into a decent university.

    5. Get ready with required documents like Letter of Recommendation (LORs), Statement of Purpose (SOP), and any other document required by the department or the university.

    6. Filling in the Online Application Form for the university. You should also update the required document online such as LORs or SOP. Also, send them separately via courier to the department or at the address mentioned in the university website.

    7. Once you have sent all the required documents , wait for the response from the university. Most of the universities do revert or send the Acceptance Letter or I-20 via mail or courier with 2-4 weeks after receiving the application.

    8. Apply for a Student Visa once you have received the Offer Letter from the institutions. For this you need to get in touch with the Embassy or Consulate near your region.

    9. Here are the important links for Student Visa for Canada:

    10. Flying to your dream university/college!

    As a counselor, I will also suggest you to get in touch with the professors in the department so that you can clarify and gain more insight into the program and get all the answers to your queries/doubts.

    Apart from good scores and great academics , universities look for a commitment and motivated students so that they can contribute to the best of their abilities.

    Do write to us in case you have any queries.

    Best of Luck!

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    Dimple3Mon, 20 Sep 2010 03:27:55 -0000

    sir,i did my msc. chemistry in 2005, i also teaching experience of 5 yrs. i want to do ms pharmacy in canada.plz. tel me that am i eligible

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    mohanad ghazoSat, 25 Sep 2010 18:35:20 -0000

    hi, my name is mohanad im a bachelor student studying pharmacy im in the fifth year(last semester) and i want to complete the master degree in canada but i was asking if there is any exam i have to do and if so when i have to do it and what the exam will be about. also, i was asking if i can work in any field in the period of studying and about the recommended things needed by universeties

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    MoshThu, 14 Oct 2010 15:00:42 -0000

    I have completed my BPharm and want to sutudy in Canada for MPharm.
    what are the requirements for MPharm in Canada(CGPA requirements) and what job opportunities are available for Pharmacist in Canada.

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    Dipika JainMon, 18 Oct 2010 05:37:40 -0000

    Hello,

    Please note the admission requirements vary across the universities for the same program and hence the practical approach would be to elaborate more on your profile in terms of the test takes (GRE, TOEFL), the academic background so we may list out the universities that suit your profile and meet your career goals.

    You may also consider to fill our School Finder Form-Canada and our counseling team will get back to you at the earliest.

    You may contact Rupal Malhotra, +91-9650002055, rupal.malhotra@learnhub.com. for further guidance.

    Do get back to us in case of further queries.

    Take care!

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    Dipika JainMon, 18 Oct 2010 14:27:02 -0000

    Hey!,

    In addition to the above said, please note if you plan to pursue a career as a pharmacist in Canada, it must be remembered that unlike most of the countries, the registration of pharmacists does not occur at the national level.

    In order to practice pharmacy you must be licensed or registered in the province or territory in which you will work. Each province in Canada is responsible for issuing a license to practice pharmacy in their own province. To know more on the same, please Click Here

    Take care!

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    mathew jkFri, 05 Nov 2010 08:31:31 -0000

    i am looking for ms in pharmacy and pharmacuetical sciences . i would like know about the modules, the various subjects i need to take up

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    Charu MalikSat, 20 Nov 2010 05:45:08 -0000

    Hello,

    Kindly specify the desired location for which you want to apply for MS in Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Sciences.

    Considering that , you are interested to Study in Canada, kindly visit the relevant links for detailed information on the application and admission procedures for the same.

    Study in Canada

    All the Best!

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    gskcanadaThu, 16 Dec 2010 11:05:27 -0000

    i want to know details about m pharmacy in canada

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    kantamneniSun, 02 Jan 2011 08:48:05 -0000

    hi
    i am in my final year of b.phrmacy in india.i want to do masters in pharmaceutical sciences in the university of british columbia.. my gre score is 1290
    is toefl mandatory for me?

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    Sunny BecksTue, 01 Feb 2011 21:44:26 -0000

    Hi um sunny
    I wanted to knw if the international studnets are eligible for B Pharm undergrad course in Canada.

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    pkp1933Sat, 23 Apr 2011 05:15:34 -0000

    i have done completed pharmacy in india & i want to do masters of pharmacy program in canada.. so i want to know the requirements to get the admission in uni near toronto/ontario or any other college where i can get the admission.. near toronto it will be well n good..
    plz help me sove my queries..
    i have scored 6.5 bands in IELTS n cleared my pharmacy here with distinction (72 %)

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    Dipika JainMon, 02 May 2011 04:07:45 -0000

    Hello,

    If you are considering higher education in Canada, then irrespective of the state / city in mind there are certain eligibility criteria that are common to majority of the Canadian universities.

    While considering a masters degree you are expected to submit scores on the standardized test GRE and as an international applicant you need to prove your aptitude in English by taking either of the English Proficiency Test (TOEFL / IELTS). In fact of since you already have a score on IELTS that is preferable over TOEFL you need to prepare only for the GRE and get ready with the admission requirements.

    Since a good number of Canadian universities offer the program of your choice, I would recommend not constricting yourself to one specific location. However, since you seek specific information on University of Toronto, please note the university offers a Masters in Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

    The departmental requirements are listed below :

    • Minimum GRE scores at the 50th percentile ranking are required in the Verbal and Quantitative components and a minimum score of 5.0 is required in the Analytical Writing component.
    • Minimum overall score of 100 on the TOEFL Internet-based Test (IBT) with 22 in both writing and speaking or minimum score of 7.0 on the IELTS.
    • Transcripts
    • Reference letters (3)
    • Curriculum Vitae (Outlining academic background, awards/scholarships, publications and conference presentations).

    I hope this helps!

    Take care!

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    anantbhalaniSat, 28 May 2011 04:48:15 -0000

    i want to do msc in pharmaceutical sciences..can anyone help me n guide me thru in canada?

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    ramyajrsFri, 10 Jun 2011 14:50:02 -0000

    hi,
    i completed my b pharm!
    i want to do my masters in canada!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    i want to know whether is gre is must for all universities?
    will toefl or ielts will do?
    if are they any colleges which don't require gre score? can you inform me plz!!!!!!!!!!!
    thank you,
    Ramya

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    harpukThu, 16 Jun 2011 15:11:57 -0000

    i have completed my bachelors in pharmacy from India and i have cleared my IELTS exam with 7 bands. what other things i have to do to get a job as a hospital pharmacist in canada? also what is the procedure to become a registered pharmacist in canada?

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