Hello everyone I'm new to this place I'm currently a 2nd year student at University of Toronto studying life science. I'd like apply pharmacy in 2 years. My gpa from the past two years is horrible (2.**) Right now I'm having several ideas on mind 1. transfer to other schools for getting better grade or staying at U of T and change to an easier program. 2. from now on, i plan to spend two years on improving gpa and preparing for pharmacy. i don't know if it's worth it to spend two years on it. because if i stay at U of T, i'll graduate with a bachelor in science degree two years after. however, if i transfer to another school, and concentrate on taking higher courses that have pre-pharmacy courses as pre-requisites and other easier courses in order to maintain 5 courses full time load, i won't graduate and have a bachelor degree. Personally, i don't really care if i graduate with a bachelor degree or not two years after as long as I get into pharmacy. But my concern is that because pharmacy is getting more and more competitive, nobodies know what's going to happen after two years. If I don't get in pharmacy school two years after, I have to find another career path such as physical therapy which i'm interested in too. in canada, physical therapy is a master degree and pharmacy is a bachelor. do you guys if it worth to spend two years on getting ready for pharmacy schools? or should I stay at U of T, work hard and get 4.0 in the next two years(by taking easier courses), then go to physical therapy? Pharmacy is my top career choice, physical therapy is the second, nurse is the third. seriously, i have no clue what i should do now. I want to earase my current university transcript but it seems a dream that will never ever going to happen. btw, I'm going to stay in Canada since it's too expensive in US. University of Alberta is the one that I have the highest chance of getting in, because they only look at your last two year full time study gpas. I'm not sure about UBC and Waterloo. I'd like honest advice. thank you sooo much!!