Admissions – USC School of Pharmacy (2022)

Application Requirements

To be eligible for the PharmD program, you must meet certain academic requirements.

  • Hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent before matriculation.
  • Have achieved a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA (on a 4.0 scale) in all college work and pre-pharmacy required courses at an accredited two- or four-year college (biochemistry must be taken at a four-year institution). Pre-pharmacy courses from vocational or technical schools are not accepted. If you did not achieve a minimum 3.0 GPA but demonstrate ability to be successful in the program, you may still be considered for admission.
  • Complete all pre-pharmacy required courses with a grade of C or higher at least one week before you enter our program.
  • Repeat pre-pharmacy requirements in the following areas if they were taken more than 9 years before your application: biochemistry, human physiology, microbiology and organic chemistry.

You must complete the following prerequisites as an undergraduate student prior to enrollment in the PharmD program. We recommend that you take the physiology and microbiology prerequisites at a four-year university or college. Biochemistry as an upper-division course must be taken at a four-year institution. For equivalent courses offered at your institutions, please visit our Course Equivalencies list.

Requirements are subject to change.

Biological Sciences

  • Biochemistry: One upper-division course for science majors
  • General biology: One-year course for science majors with labs (excluding courses in human anatomy, human physiology, botany and microbiology); if your university offers less than a one-year course, you must complete the second semester at another institution
  • Human physiology: One course for science majors (if taking a combined anatomy and physiology course for science majors, entire series must be completed)
  • Microbiology: One course in the fundamentals of microbiology for science majors (note that microbiology is offered only in the fall at some institutions)

Mathematics and Physical Sciences

Only courses designed for science majors are accepted. We recommend that math and science courses be completed during the regular academic year rather than during a summer/abbreviated term.

  • Calculus: One semester or two quarters (should include differential and integral calculus for science majors)
  • General chemistry: One-year course with labs for science majors (should include inorganic chemistry and qualitative analysis)
  • Organic chemistry: One-year course with labs for science majors; if your university offers less than a one-year course, you must complete the second semester at another institution
  • Statistics: One course in statistics (not business statistics)

The following recommended courses will strengthen your background and your application’s competitiveness:

  • Microeconomics
  • Molecular biology (upper division)
  • Physics (courses that include thermodynamics and electromagnetism)
  • Psychology and/or sociology

Send one official transcript from each higher education institution you have attended to PharmCAS when you apply to our school. Transcripts should be sent to PharmCAS as soon as you begin your PharmCAS application. When you complete additional coursework, please send updated transcripts to the PharmCAS Academic Update

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Three letters of recommendation are required.

  • One letter must be from a science professor with whom you took a class and/or did research.
  • Two remaining letters may be from professors, advisers, researchers, pharmacists or employers.

Letters of recommendation must be submitted online as part of the PharmCAS application.

Any online prerequisites taken prior to spring 2020 can be reviewed by the Admissions Committee: Email a link to the course description to pharmadm@usc.edu with a request for consideration.

Pass/no pass grading of prerequisites is only acceptable acceptable if taken in 2020. Pass/no pass courses taken any other time may be acceptable upon verification by the Admissions Committee: Email a link to the course description to pharmadm@usc.edu with a request for consideration.

We accept PharmD students seeking transfer on a case-by-case basis. If you are enrolled in an accredited PharmD program at another institution and want to seek advanced standing at the USC School of Pharmacy, send your request letter to: pharmadm@usc.edu

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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is an American immigration policy that allows certain undocumented immigrants who entered the country before their 16th birthday, and before June 2007, to receive a renewable two-year work permit and exemption from deportation. If you are an undocumented applicant, we welcome your application to the PharmD program.

The Admissions Committee will not accept College Level Examination Program courses. Our Office of Enrollment and Student Affairs may consider Advanced Placement (AP) exam and International Baccalaureate (IB) credit if you have a bachelor’s degree.

An AP score of 3, 4 or 5 or IB scores of 5, 6, or 7 may be used toward the statistics requirement and the first quarter or semester of a one-year series of pre-pharmacy courses, such as general biology or general chemistry. AP calculus BC can be used to satisfy the calculus requirement. Please submit a copy of all AP scores through your PharmCAS application (Program Materials section) if you are using them to satisfy pre-pharmacy required courses.

The Admissions Committee may accept you “conditionally” if you have one or more incomplete pre-pharmacy course(s), if your bachelor’s degree is not yet completed or if your final degree is not yet posted to your transcript.

As you complete the missing course(s), please submit your updated transcript(s) to PharmCAS Academic Update. Please mail new/updated transcript(s) after the end of Academic Update directly to the USC School of Pharmacy Office of Enrollment and Student Affairs, 1985 Zonal Avenue, PSC 206A, Los Angeles CA 90089-9121. If you cannot complete all pre-pharmacy course requirements by August of your enrollment year, contact Office of Enrollment and Student Affairs right away.

How to Apply

Once you confirm you have met the eligibility requirements listed below, your next steps are:

We use PharmCAS so you can complete one application for multiple pharmacy schools. We don’t require a separate USC supplemental application.

  • Create a PharmCAS account to obtain your PharmCAS ID number.
  • Save your work and return to your application as many times as needed until you are ready to submit it.
  • Enter your transcript information from each higher education institution you’ve attended. All data you enter must match your transcripts.
  • Complete the information about your pre-pharmacy courses and arrange for your official transcripts to be sent directly to PharmCAS from each institution.
  • Arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent directly to PharmCAS. One letter must be from a science professor with whom you took a class and/or did research. The remaining two letters may be from professors, advisers, researchers, pharmacists or employers. If you are reapplying from one year prior you only need to submit one new letter of recommendation.
  • Answer the questions in the Program Materials section, including two USC PharmD Essay Questions.
  • Electronically sign the California State Board of Pharmacy Felony and Misdemeanor Conviction Disclosure Statement, the Essential Characteristics and Abilities form, and the Applicant’s Affidavit.

The regular PharmCAS application deadline for fall entrance is February 1

The Priority Application deadline is November 1

Applicants are encouraged to apply by the priority deadline, which qualifies you for selection for early interview dates and admissions decisions, scholarship considerations, and a reduced deposit fee if admitted.

It is advisable that you submit yourPharmCASapplication as early as possible. Generally, PharmCAS takes two to five weeks to process your application and send it to the USC School of Pharmacy. You may use PharmCAS Applicant Help Center for further assistance.

After you have submitted your PharmCAS application, we’ll invite qualified and competitive candidates to an admissions interview. You will be notified one to three weeks in advance in order have time to prepare.

Your admissions interview will consist of:

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  • Traditional interview with one faculty member or alumnus plus a current student (approximately 20 minutes)
  • Real-life scenario that you must address. The scenario does not test for specific knowledge but offers a holistic view of your reaction skills. We hope to see your proficiency in communication, leadership, interpersonal interactions, critical thinking and ethical decision-making.

Interview Dates

IN-PERSON INTERVIEWS
Fridays (12:15-4:30pm), October 14, November 11, December 2, 2022, January 20, February 17, and April 21, 2023

VIRTUAL (ZOOM) INTERVIEWS
Thursdays (3-5:05pm), December 15, 2022, March 23 and May 25, 2023

*All interview dates are subject to change

Once you are admitted to the USC PharmD program, you must submit:

  • An official transcript showing your prerequisite courses and completed bachelor’s degree, upon request from the Office of Enrollment and Student Affairs. If your final transcript and degree have been verified by PharmCAS, you won’t need to send it to USC.

Mailed the above items directly to:

USC School of Pharmacy
Office of Enrollment and Student Affairs
1985 Zonal Avenue, PSC 206A
Los Angeles CA 90089-9121
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Interviews

Applicants must be interviewed before admission to the PharmD program. The purpose of the interview is to assess your oral communication skills, writing skills, leadership ability and your motivation or potential to be a pharmacist.

If you are offered an interview, you will be notified one to three weeks in advance. Please keep the following dates available because, except for rare circumstances, appointments are not rescheduled. The 2022-202 interview sessions are on the following dates:

IN-PERSON INTERVIEWS

Fridays (12:15-4:30pm), October 14, November 11, December 2, 2022, January 20, February 17, and April 21, 2023

VIRTUAL (ZOOM) INTERVIEWS

Thursdays (3-5:05pm), December 15, 2022, March 23 and May 25, 2023

*All interview dates are subject to change

FAQs

How can I increase my chances of getting into pharmacy school? ›

For your best chances to get into pharmacy school, you should aim to earn at least a 3.0 GPA, submit two recommendation letters, complete the pre-requisite courses and undergraduate requirements, take the PCAT or CASPer if needed, and gain some hands-on, clinical experience.

Is USC a good school for pharmacy? ›

And that's why USC is one of the best pharmacy schools out there in the nation. The amount of exposure and alumni connections available to you are second to none.”

Can you get into pharmacy school with a low GPA? ›

Most pharmacy programs set minimum overall GPA requirements, generally around 2.5 to 3.0. If your GPA fails to meet the threshold, your application will not be reviewed. Recent years have seen high numbers of PharmD applications, which means that programs can be selective.

What is a competitive GPA for pharmacy school? ›

A competitive applicant to the College of Pharmacy will have an overall GPA of at least 2.5 and a science GPA of at least 2.5.

How do I stand out in pharmacy school application? ›

Top 10 Tips for Applying to Pharmacy School
  1. Start Early. ...
  2. Use the PharmCAS Checklist. ...
  3. Study hard for the PCAT, if you choose to take it. ...
  4. Choose Your Letter of Recommendation Author Wisely. ...
  5. Tell Your Story. ...
  6. Sell Your Experience. ...
  7. Explain Any “Red Flags” ...
  8. Take Responsibility for Your Performance.

Which is harder law school or pharmacy school? ›

Pharmacy is harder than Law school due to the heavy workload and vastness of the material required to study and learn. However, It also depends on the natural abilities and capacity of each student. Both pharmacists and lawyers may need to spend seven years of studying to become professionals and start practising.

What is the number 1 pharmacy school in the US? ›

#1.

About the College: University of California San Diego's Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is known for its emphasis on research. Nearly half of the 60 students who enter its program each fall will go on to pursue a post-graduate degree.

Why is USC Good for pharmacy? ›

A tradition of leadership and innovation. An excellent reputation and alumni network throughout the pharmacy industry. Specialized and interdisciplinary programs for students who have varied academic interests or are pursuing regulatory, research, scholarly, or leadership roles.

What is the best pharmacy school in the world? ›

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021: Pharmacy & Pharmacology
  • University of Oxford, UK.
  • Monash University, Australia.
  • Harvard University, US.
  • University of Cambridge, UK.
  • University of Nottingham, UK.
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, US.
  • University College London (UCL), UK.
12 Jan 2022

Is 3.5 GPA good for pharmacy school? ›

So, getting back to the point of this article, what you can do to help your technician get into pharmacy school is to stress the importance of studying and getting good grades in school. While a 3.5 GPA or higher would be best, the technician at least should be shooting for a 3.0 cumulative GPA.

Can you get into pharmacy school with a 2.8 GPA? ›

If your GPA isn't at least 3.0, you will have a difficult time getting into a pharmacy school. But I see applications from techs with GPA's below 2.5, and not only will it be nearly impossible to get into school, but your chance of completing pharmacy school will be pretty low even if a school does admit you.

Can I get into pharmacy school with a 3.5 GPA? ›

To prepare for the pharmacy curriculum and strengthen your admission consideration is by achieving strong grades. Most pharmacy programs prefer a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and commonly require a minimum “C” letter grade in required pre-requisite courses.

What is a good PCAT score for pharmacy school? ›

The average PCAT score is 400, and most top-tier pharmacy schools prefer a 400 or above. Keep in mind that you can retake the PCAT, though it is limited to five times.

Is pharmacy school harder than nursing school? ›

When it comes to comparing the difficulty level of the path to get a job in nursing vs. as a pharmacist, pharmacy school is considered harder. Although you need commitment for both options, studying to become a pharmacist is characterized by a more intense workload and a longer duration.

Is dental or pharmacy school harder? ›

Unlike pharmacy school, dental school is becoming slightly more competitive with time, not less. The average dental school matriculant has a GPA of 3.5, and a composite DAT score up to 20, which is around the 75th percentile. Of all the students that apply to dental school, approximately 50% matriculate.

How long should my personal essay be for pharmacy school? ›

Although each program has different requirements, pharmacy personal statements are generally around a page long, or 4500 characters for most applications in the United States, and should be structured similar to a traditional, academic paper.

What is the most important thing when choosing a pharmacy school? ›

The most basic consideration is the structure of the PharmD program, depending on how many years you want to study, if you prefer full or part-time, when you would like to start and finish school, and even the option for more rigorous accelerated programs.

Is Pharmacy School hard? ›

With required topics such as pharmacology, pharmacotherapy, and pharmacokinetics, there can be no doubt that pharmacy school is hard. According to the American Associations of Colleges of Pharmacy it is estimated that more than 10% of people who make it into pharmacy school do not make it through to graduation day [1].

Is pharmacy better than law? ›

On graduation you probably have a better chance of immediate employment in pharmacy than you do in law. In law, your chances of very high lifetime earnings are probably greater than in pharmacy if you can find suitable employment. So compared to law, pharmacy is best summed up as low risk, low expectation.

What's harder law or medicine? ›

In short, medical school is hands-on and requires a lot of memorization. Law school requires analytical work and critical thinking. Law school requires heavy reading and writing while medical school requires learning about problems through clinical studies and hands-on training.

Is going to pharmacy school worth it? ›

One of the big advantages for why pharmacy school is worth it is professionals earn a huge salary right out of college. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, pharmacy professionals are paid $128,710 per year on average.

Are there any Ivy League pharmacy schools? ›

Ivy League doesn't have pharmacy.

Is a pharmacist a Doctor? ›

To become a pharmacist, you will need to complete a Doctor of Pharmacy. You will need to complete your undergraduate program as well as 4-year PharmD program to become licenced.

Does UCLA have pharmacy school? ›

UCLA offers personal assistance and programs on the graduate and professional school application process, including program selection, the personal statement, faculty recommendations, and admissions tests.

How long is Naplex score good for in California? ›

The score transfer is good for one year from the date of the NAPLEX exam.

How many years is pharmacy school at USC? ›

The USC School of Pharmacy offers a full-time, four-year course of study leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD). An undergraduate BA or BS degree is required for admission to the program.

Who is the richest pharmacist in the world? ›

Navinchandra Jamnadas Engineer (born May 1951) is the richest graduated pharmacist in the world. The British billionaire, originally from Kenya, owns Chemidex, an Egham / Surrey based pharmaceutical company that he founded in 1981.

Which country is best for pharmacy jobs? ›

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  1. United States. Pharmacist average salary: $107,000 to $118,000. ...
  2. Switzerland. Pharmacist average salary: $83,600. ...
  3. Canada. Pharmacist average salary: $80,700. ...
  4. United Kingdom. Pharmacist average salary: $57,000 to $53,300. ...
  5. Germany. Pharmacist average salary: $44,800.
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Which year of pharmacy school is the hardest? ›

In the Moment

I've spoken to students at several Texas pharmacy schools and it seems like the prevailing trend is for P1 year to be the most difficult. Some say it's due to the shift from undergrad to graduate-level work. Others say that it just gets easier as you go on.

Do grades in pharmacy school matter? ›

Along with the numerical GPA, pharmacy schools may give attention to class rank or the difficulty of specific courses. While a strong GPA is important, it is just one part of the application. Students with below-average grades can still be admitted if they are well-rounded in other areas of the application.

Can you get into pharmacy school with a 3.4 GPA? ›

Pharmacy School GPA Requirements and Averages

The most standard minimum GPA requirement is a 3.0 GPA, though this can vary between programs. Average GPAs for pharmacy school admission is closer in the 3.2-3.4 GPA range, but your admissions options will grow if your GPA is toward/above the 3.6 range.

What was the lowest GPA to pharmacy school? ›

To gain entrance to pharmacy school, usually a minimum cumulative collegiate GPA above 3.0 is required. All attempts of each course are counted in GPA calculations if a student has repeated courses.

How is pharmacy GPA calculated? ›

To calculate a grade point average (GPA), PharmCAS determines your total number of quality points by multiplying semester hours attempted by the value of the verified PharmCAS grade. Quarter hours and units are converted to semester hours (quarter hours are multiplied by . 667).

What is in the PCAT? ›

The PCAT tests basic scientific knowledge; math, verbal, reading comprehension, and writing skills; and your overall critical thinking skills. The test consists of 192 multiple-choice questions and one writing topic, placed in five separate sections.

What is a good GPA for pharmacy residency? ›

Pre-requisites for PGY1 programs including the two year combined programs: Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited school or college; minimum GPA of 3.0.

Is pharmacy a good career? ›

A career in pharmacy is still seen as a viable option. It is a great job if you enjoy helping people. Even if you have little or no prior job experience, you will be able to find work that pays well if you meet the necessary academic criteria and, of course, have a license to practice.

What is the average GPA of medical school applicants? ›

Because of the sheer volume of medical school applications they have to wade through, admissions officers have to make some initial screening decisions based largely on GPA and MCAT scores. The average GPA for medical school matriculants in 2017–2018 was a 3.64 science, a 3.79 non-science, and a 3.71 overall.

Is PCAT harder than MCAT? ›

The MCAT is generally considered to be more difficult than the PCAT. The biology questions are more advanced, and there's no physics on the PCAT. You'll need to come into test day with more background knowledge to take the MCAT. The PCAT is also much shorter than the MCAT and less expensive.

What is a competitive PCAT score for entry? ›

The PCAT is scored on a 200 to 600 scale.
...
Competitive PCAT Scores.
ACADEMIC AVERAGE417-430
BIOLOGY422-439
READING417-431
CHEMISTRY421-442
1 more row
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How long should you study for the PCAT? ›

The PCAT is a comprehensive test that requires more time and strategy than a typical exam. For most students, a year of preparation would be excessive. Advisers suggest studying two to six months.

Who earns more nurse or pharmacist? ›

Nursing provides more diverse career opportunities, but a career in pharmacy pays more. Also as Bsc nursing is an undergraduate degree ( 4 years) it has more value than d pharma which is a diploma (2 years ). Further, Pharmacists can earn good salaries and the hours are often very flexible .

Who makes more RN or pharmacist? ›

There may be potential for you to earn a higher wage as a pharmacist than as a nurse. The average salary for a nurse is $80,335 per year , and the average salary for a pharmacist is $116,855 per year .

What is the highest paid pharmacist? ›

High Paying Pharmacist Jobs
  • Pharmacometrician. Salary range: $143,000-$162,500 per year. ...
  • Pharmacy Informaticist. Salary range: $57,000-$159,500 per year. ...
  • Clinical Pharmacologist. ...
  • Inpatient Pharmacist. ...
  • Pharmaceutical Physician. ...
  • Clinical Staff Pharmacist. ...
  • Hospital Pharmacist. ...
  • Chief Pharmacist.

What percentage of applicants get into pharmacy school? ›

What is the average acceptance rate for pharmacy school? The average acceptance rate for pharmacy schools in the US sits around 82.7%, which is quite a bit higher than the acceptance rates for medical school.

Is PA school easier than medical school? ›

PA school is much more difficult than med school. PA classes are longer and more in-depth than med school, plus they have to be done in 1/2 the time. Med schools have classes 2-3 hours per day, PA schools are 6-8 hours per day. Med school classes are strictly optional, PA lectures are usually required attendance.

Is the DAT similar to the MCAT? ›

Similarities Between the DAT and MCAT

The MCAT and DAT exams are both computer-based tests and have similar content. Both measure reading comprehension, with the MCAT measuring it more in depth.

Is pharmacy hard to get into? ›

The Acceptance Rate of Pharmacy School Has Soared Over Time

While applications are falling, the acceptance rate continues to climb, reaching a record 89% for the 2020-2021 school year. In 2004, the acceptance rate for pharmacy school was about 32%. In 2021, the acceptance rate for pharmacy school is 89%.

Does being a pharmacy technician look good for pharmacy school? ›

If you can work as a pharmacy technician prior to attempting entry into a pharmacy school, you will have an even greater advantage for getting into pharmacy school. One plan for getting into pharmacy school is to become a pharmacy technician first and work your way up.

Is pharmacy school harder than nursing school? ›

When it comes to comparing the difficulty level of the path to get a job in nursing vs. as a pharmacist, pharmacy school is considered harder. Although you need commitment for both options, studying to become a pharmacist is characterized by a more intense workload and a longer duration.

Is getting a pharmacy degree hard? ›

With required topics such as pharmacology, pharmacotherapy, and pharmacokinetics, there can be no doubt that pharmacy school is hard. According to the American Associations of Colleges of Pharmacy it is estimated that more than 10% of people who make it into pharmacy school do not make it through to graduation day [1].

Where are the highest paid pharmacists? ›

California

Is dental or pharmacy school harder? ›

Unlike pharmacy school, dental school is becoming slightly more competitive with time, not less. The average dental school matriculant has a GPA of 3.5, and a composite DAT score up to 20, which is around the 75th percentile. Of all the students that apply to dental school, approximately 50% matriculate.

Are pharmacists happy? ›

Pharmacists are one of the least happy careers in the United States. At CareerExplorer, we conduct an ongoing survey with millions of people and ask them how satisfied they are with their careers. As it turns out, pharmacists rate their career happiness 2.7 out of 5 stars which puts them in the bottom 9% of careers.

Can a pharmacy technician become a medical doctor? ›

Having experience as a pharmacy technician can be good when it comes to med school applications. It'll show you have experience in a different healthcare field, real transferrable knowledge and the maturity of having gained professional experience. But it needs to be clinically relevant to really matter.

Does being a pharmacy tech count as clinical experience? ›

So you're applying to medical school, and most of your hours clinical wise are being a physical therapy assistant (a PTA) and a pharmacy tech. For me, a pharmacy tech is not a clinical experience. It's a retail experience. You're at a counter at a Walgreens or CVS or wherever you are at and interacting with patients.

Can a pharmacy dispenser become a pharmacist? ›

However, you cannot progress from pharmacy technician to pharmacist, as you need to do the 4-year full-time MPharm degree followed by a foundation training year in a paid work placement.

Who earns more nurse or pharmacist? ›

Nursing provides more diverse career opportunities, but a career in pharmacy pays more. Also as Bsc nursing is an undergraduate degree ( 4 years) it has more value than d pharma which is a diploma (2 years ). Further, Pharmacists can earn good salaries and the hours are often very flexible .

Who makes more RN or pharmacist? ›

There may be potential for you to earn a higher wage as a pharmacist than as a nurse. The average salary for a nurse is $80,335 per year , and the average salary for a pharmacist is $116,855 per year .

What is the highest paid pharmacist? ›

High Paying Pharmacist Jobs
  • Pharmacometrician. Salary range: $143,000-$162,500 per year. ...
  • Pharmacy Informaticist. Salary range: $57,000-$159,500 per year. ...
  • Clinical Pharmacologist. ...
  • Inpatient Pharmacist. ...
  • Pharmaceutical Physician. ...
  • Clinical Staff Pharmacist. ...
  • Hospital Pharmacist. ...
  • Chief Pharmacist.

Do pharmacists make good money? ›

In the US, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the median salary for pharmacists in 2016 was $122,230, with a median hourly rate of $58.77.

What are the disadvantages of being a pharmacist? ›

Cons of being a pharmacist
  • The educational requirements are extensive.
  • The education is expensive.
  • You may need to stand for long periods.
  • The work can be stressful.
  • The environment can be hectic with great responsibility.
  • You may need to work off-hours, weekends, and holidays.

How many hours should a pharmacy student study? ›

Depending on your skill, the average studying time is about 5 hours a day, every day! I've seen some study 2 hrs a day and do well and some study 8 hrs a day and barely pass.

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