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Manage your time wisely. Learn proactively, not passively. Participate in the various organizations. Study material independently before engaging in study groups. Attend pharmacy conferences and network with potential colleagues. Choose hospital rotations that will challenge you. Acquaint yourself with the Harlem pharmacy community.
Use your units: be careful with those calculations. Keep up with guidelines. Remember that you\'re never treating just one patient: your treatment has ripple effects on patients\' families and communities. Be a lifelong learner.
Find friends. Immerse yourself in NYC culture. Review material before lectures so you\'ll have a headstart on the topic. Participate in conferences and join societies. Don\'t compare yourself to your peers. Strategize your involvement in volunteering, community outreach, and public health activities. Take short breaks while studying. Take advantage of your professors\' knowledge and experiences. Don\'t limit what you can accomplish.
Like molecular theory itself, becoming a scientist involves starting with germs of knowledge and watching that expertise grow. Lander College for Women 2013 graduate and current Touro College of Pharmacy Class of 2017 student Elisheva Swartz is midway through her development from curious undergraduate to future pharmacist. Her mission is to research ardently and consume theory about what ails and rehabilitates human beings and, one day, put that all into practice. “It’s exhilarating," she says. "I\'m spending my time learning about how the physical world is built."