It's not like I'm totally against going into pharmacy. I still think it's interesting but giving it more thought, I like how doctors can do physical examinations and diagnosis patients. Pharmacists can't do that and yes they can counsel but I don't think I'd get the satisfaction out of that . I'm in my third year of undergraduate and I've been working as a pharmacy technician for awhile and I'm on board for the pre-pharmacy club. I've always tried to decide between pharmacy school and medical school and I thought my calling was pharmacy but I've thought about it again and now I'm hesitant. I'm so close to finishing undergraduate and I'm doing all these things related to pharmacy, would I still have a chance if I applied to medical school? My GPA isn't so good at the moment (3.3) and I haven't taken the MCAT. I've volunteered a bit and I was a PCA for half a year at a senior home. I just need someone to help show me my options and why or why shouldn't I stay in pharmacy.