Hi everyone, I wanted some feedback on whether or not you guys think this would be a reasonable decision for me. I am currently 23 years old and 6 classes away from getting my B.S. in Health Administration at Cal State Northridge. My cumulative GPA is a 3.0 with an upwards trend of a 3.87 last semester and hoping to finish off with all A's the remainder of my degree. I have recently gained interest in going into a PharmD program but didn't know if it was worth a shot because of my seemingly low GPA. To put it into perspective, i have been working at a medical supply/pharmacy full time as both a customer service supervisor and a medical biller for 3 years. This is also my current job but the problem is that I have been working on the medical supply side of the business and not the pharmacy. The reason for this is because i never had the urgency to do pharmacy until now. As I am working towards my B.S. I am planning on taking the pre reqs for pharmacy so i can apply. Although I have not worked directly in the pharmacy side, I am extremely close to both the pharmacy manager and the pharmacist and can surely get some experience in that department if needed. My question is, if i do well in the pre req classes and get a high PCAT score, do i have a chance of getting into some schools in California with my minimal experience? I know many of you say this is a bad profession to get into because of the limited jobs, but this is something i really want to do and it helps knowing that i have my B.S. in Health Administration to fall back on if i ever have trouble with getting a job. Any feedback would be appreciated! Thank you!