I got into a 0/6 pharmacy program during my school's summer orientation, at a time when I wasn't even thinking about committing to a career since I honestly have no clue what I really want to do. Well, I decided to stay in pharmacy because the adviser told me it's easier to get out of it than in it if I change my mind later on. I was initially okay with it because I LOVED Chemistry in 10th grade, which was when I started to think about pharmacy in the first place, but now that I'm taking general college chemistry, which is way more in-depth than what I learned in high school, I'm starting to dislike it a lot. As far as what I know, pharmacy is chemistry-heavy and some pharmacists said that I should like chemistry if I'm thinking about pharmacy. I was wondering how much "chemistry" is applied to pharmacy in the real word setting. I want to choose a job in which I can use and apply something I love to learn, so if you guys can give me an honest say or advice, I'd really appreciate it because I'm serious, it's been a very tough decision.