SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Well I will be a senior this upcoming year with an anticipated graduation date of June 2009. I go to a school where my class (grade size) is only 50 kids and it is a premier school that is taught on the toughest possible curriculum. I should have around a 3.45 GPA or around that. I believe that should be looked upon by schools considering the rigor of my curriculum compared to other schools. My school is basically a science oriented school that only allows about 50 kids per year out of the entire county (10+ High Schools) so it is a pretty small amount. Upon graduation I will have over double the required science, math and language classes needed to graduate. I have already taken, Marine Biology, Biology, Chemistry, Geophysical Sciences, Physics, and this upcoming year will be taking Oceanography, Environmental Sciences and Aquatic Ecology. ( I do not pick my classes, they are mainly based on the environment though.) I also will have taken 1 year of french and 3 years of spanish throughout high school along with Geometry, Algebra I + II, Pre-Calc, Pre-Calc II and Calculus I. To maintain a mid-level GPA with all academic classes is pretty tough and I hope most colleges realize upon decisions. I also have a fair amount of volunteer services with 50+ hours of tutoring, and various events. I am also a certified scuba diver and take part in some sports. My only main concern is my low SAT score, 1050 on the 1600 scale (570 Math, 490 CR). My nerves take the best of me and just alter my performances on large tests. I am not the best test taker. Now my question is, will any Pharmacy Schools look at me with a GPA of about 3.4 (with these classes), a 1050 Math+CR SAT and 50+ volunteer hours on the east coast, preferably the northern section. I am currently residing in NJ but heard Rutgers is tough to get into. What do you guys/gals think of some possible schools? Thank you for your time!