grad school and pursue my PhD in biology and probably teach at a university.
I've always wondered what exactly it would be like to be a college professor. Some work extremely hard, but I've seen many at my University that do not, and have the "my office hours are as listed on the syllabus, no appointments available, and I don't reply to e-mail, I do not like it" attitude.
Many professors don't seem to make "much" considering the private sector market value for their degrees, but they also don't have that kind of pressure on their research. I've only seen a few professors that were like what I always envisioned them being - willing to ask for a bigger classroom to take on more students in their courses, only using TA's as assistants and not replacements for their selves, etc. etc.
On second thought, being a college professor probably isn't so bad at all. Once you get on the tenure track it seems to be smooth sailing from there all the way until retirement =) (just kidding).
Where's the application? Where's your bank statement?
Well I thought about this and I guess if not pharmacy, I would have gone into physical therapy. That was my choice out of high school before I changed my mind. Maybe that was a good thing, as I have heard PT school is even harder to get in to.