What's my chance of getting into pharmacy school? According to PharmCAS, my science GPA is 3.52 and the cumulative is 3.76. I'm also a biology major, minor in chemistry, and will be graduating in May, so my GPA includes courses not required for pharmacy school. I took the PCAT in October and I scored a composite of 60. I'm an active member of the pre-pharmacy society at my university, a secretary of another club, and a treasurer of a youth group outside of college. I only shadowed a retail pharmacist for 5 hours. I only applied to one school due to financial reasons, and I have an interview for that on Friday. I don't have the best interview skills, never had to do one before. How likely am I to get in if I don't do as well as everyone else does? Also, the university changed the interview format to MMI this year. Any tips? Edit: More info on the school - their minimum GPA for consideration is 2.5 and the minimum for the PCAT is a 30th. Their students for Fall 2017 had an average GPA of 3.35 and the average PCAT was at the 54th percentile.