Ok, so here's my skinny: I graduated in '03, went to a private school in Wa state where I did misserably coming from a public school and didn't really know what I wanted to do after I came back home, here in Houston. For about 3-4 semesters, I've been struggling with what I wanted to do as a career path and didn't really put any effort at all in my school work. Although, I can do extremely well when I try, I often couldn't find the motivation to do so. I once did a group project by myself and still got a perfect 100; no one else's in the class did. So anyway, my GPA is really, for lack of a better term, piss poor; like 1.5 maybe. Terrible! I know. So I guess my question is this: Now that I do know what I want to do and given that I eventually make up my GPA to a decent 3.0, do you think I might recieve some harsh feedback or get rejected from a college, like University of Houston where I want to get my undergrad and PharmD? I know working in a pharmacy will atleast get me a few letters of recommendation, but I fear it might now be enough. Ugh, now that I know what I want to do, I just want to get it done and over with as quickly as possible to make up for lost time. Anyway, I'm rambling so just let me know what you think.