Here are my stats: currently entering 4th year of college, have 1 year till graduation @ previous university GPA: 3.01 @ current university GPA: 3.75 got B's and C's in Math, Gen Chem, and Orgo 1 retook Orgo 1 and got an A A on : Orgo 2, Biochem 1 A- on: Biochem 2 I have some leadership experience, a semester of hospital volunteering, extensive work at research (recently promoted to manager) but it does not pertain to pharmacy at all. no pharm tech experience either. I'm also planning to take the PCATs in September. The question here is that, i only decided to go to pharmacy school this summer, so I'm behind in terms of my pre-reqs. I need to take Anatomy, Economics, public speaking, history and some English Literature classes. But then again, there are also a couple more classes i need to take to finish my Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry. If I try to make both happen, I end up having to take 6-7 classes a semester, which I haven't done before and dunno how i will handle it. With my stats, do I have a strong chance at getting into pharmacy schools at my first shot? My top choice is Long Island University due to its location. With the practice tests (Pearson, Dr Collins, Kaplan) I've been getting 80-85% of the questions right in all areas. I'm worried that I might end up not getting into pharmacy school, AND having to go to college for another year just to get my degree. What do you guys think? Thanks in advance!