Ok- this might be kind of long, but I wanted some feedback on my situation: I'm a junior bio major at an Ivy league school and had been dead set on the typical pre-med route. Well I started looking more and more at pharmacy as a career and now I'm convinced a career in pharmacy is more to my liking. My problem is this: In second semester gen chem I pulled a C-. My freshman year, in first semester intro bio lecture i got a C- and then second semester bio lab i got a C-. Now as I was looking at pharmacy schools, almost all of them say that they do not accept pre-reqs lower than "C". So should I retake those pre req courses that I got a C- or even C+ in? I know I probably should to boost my GPA, but its frustrating b/c I've taken other science classes over the summer at a state university and aced them. So do pharmacy schools take into consideration the rigor of the undergraduate college you attend when looking at your GPA? What I'm getting at is this: If somebody who went to a very rigorous undergrad school had a 3.0 whereas someone who went to a less strenuous undergrad school had a 3.5, how much would the admissions committee balance the difficulty of the program with the GPAs? Many thanks in advance!