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I guess if you get a scholarship...?
Here is the first part of your question on what is required to be a pharmacy technician in South Carolina (from - http://www.pharmacytechnicianhq.com/pharm-tech-schools-by-state/south-carolina/):
South Carolina State Requirements - Board of Pharmacy Technician Guidelines states the following requirements for becoming a pharmacy technician:
-Obtain high school diploma or equivalent
-Complete a formal academic training program
-Obtain national certification (PTCB)
-Complete 1000 hours of pharmacy practice (under the direction of a pharmacist)
-Complete pharmacy technician application, pay $80 application fee
As you can see it requires a fair amount. if your school allows you to meet the requirements above, then do that. With such a strict list of requirements, I imagine that pharmacy techs in SC are harder to get and get paid a little better than other states. Best of luck,