This is kind of a long read so please bare with me. I've completed 58/120 credits and have a 3.15 cum gpa, but since pharmcas does not do grade forgiveness my pharmcas gpa would be a ~2.8 (I got a D+ and a F my freshman year). I retook those classes and only raise my D+ to a C and my F to a C+. I really feel like my carelessness my freshman year really destroyed my chances of getting into pharmacy school. Even if I work my butt off for the next 2 years I could realistically only raise my gpa to ~3.2ish. And I dont even know how I am going to find time to study for the PCAT in between my busy workload. The only positives I see going for me is: -an upward trend (raised my gpa every semester for 5 semesters straight) -I am an emergency dept. volunteer (4 hours a week every week) -I am a walgreens pharmacy intern (currently doing 20 hrs a week but will cut down to 4-5 hours when school starts again) -Will be a licensed pharmacy technician -Solid LORs from my chem professor and pharmacist I am willing to go to any pharmacy school that accepts me. My question is do I still have a shot of getting into a school with my stats (assuming that I continue my upward trend)? Should I take a year off and really study to ace the pcat and try and apply for that upcoming app cycle? Re-do some classes? Any advice would be greatly appreciated, Thankyou!