SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hi everyone...I'm new to this site, though I have been reading previous threads recently. I'm interested in going to pharmacy school, however I don't think I have the grades to apply. I majored in biology in my undergrad, and graduated with 2.6. I wasn't exactly sure what I wanted to do in my undergrad and I didn't really try to get grades better than a C. Ever since graduation, I have been working 2 part time jobs, one that is in a hospital research setting. I have volunteered in 2 different pharmacies and I even have a pharmacy technician license. After being out of school for a few years and having some experiences in a hospital/pharmacy setting, I have come to realize that I really want to go to pharmacy school. I started taking the pre-reqs that I was missing, such as econ, speech, stats, anatomy and physiology at a local cc and I have received better grades (A's and B's) in those courses. Although I've read other posts, I'd like to get some more feedback. My question is, can I and should I continue to take the pre-reqs? Including the courses I took (and received C's in) in my undergrad? Or should I do a post-bac? I didn't do well in gen chem or bio (mostly C's) and I have been debating on whether I should retake those classes. I did well in ochem though. And how many times can a person take the PCAT? What can I do this time so I can become a better applicant? I appreciate all suggestions and thanks in advance!