Hello, I'm currently preparing myself for applications for Pharmacy School. As a graduating senior I'm a bit worried about my chances of being accepted to a program. Some Stats about myself: Bachelors of Science- Biochemistry Bachelors of Science- Microbiology/Biomedical Laboratory Sciences Cumulative GPA: 2.72 Science GPA: 2.55 *Just a Heads up the Low GPA I felt came from the Physical Chemistry Series which I did not do so well on. I received a letter grade of C in Pchem 1, D in Pchem 2, and C in Pchem 3. I would retake Physical Chemistry 2 over however it is only offered once a year, which would mean I would have to wait until January of 2019. I also did poorly in Multivariable Calculus which I had received a D in. PCAT: Will be Taking in September Experiences: (1) Undergraduate Research [2 Years] (2) Kaiser Permanente Volunteering [2 months] (3) Lab Technician Internship at a Winery [2 months] (4) Community Volunteer/American Cancer Society [2 months] (5) Community Volunteer/Library [2 Months] (6) Community Volunteer/Work with troubled Youth [3 months] (7) Pharmacist Shadow [Current] (8) Health Care volunteer/Nursing Home [Current] (9) Pharmacist Shadow [Working on Getting another Position] (10) Health Care Volunteer/Nursing Home [Working on Getting another Position] Certifications: (1) CPR/AED [Working On it] (2) Pharmacy Technician [Working on it] Courses I will be Retaking @ Community College: *Organic Chemistry 1 & 2 (Previous Grade: Ochem 1= C & Ochem 2=C+) *Calculus 1& 2 (Previous Grade: Calc 1=C+ & Calc 2= C-) *General Microbiology (Previous Grade: C+) *Physics Part 2 (Previous Grade: C+) Questions (1) Are their any chances of me getting into Pharmacy school? (2) What are some ways I can improve my application? (3) How can I make myself stand out from other applicants? (4) Is their any other volunteering opportunities I can do to be a better applicant? *Thank you for reading my Thread and I greatly appreciate any feedback towards bettering myself as a Applicant.