Hi Everyone, I will be graduating this year from the University of Michigan with a degree in Biology. The problem is my GPA is not good enough to apply to pharmacy school this year. I have plans of retaking about half of my prereq's at the University of Toledo next year. I have taken quite a few classes there before and am very confident I can get all A's. I was wondering if any of you guys have been in a situation like mine; fairly bad undergrad GPA, but retook classes and received great grades. Was getting into pharmacy school impossible? I am just hoping that my bad undergrad record will not hinder me too much. Do you think schools would look at that as a major improvement or as a downfall since I wasn't able to produce the good grades the first time I took them? Any advice or stories of your own experiances would be greatly appreciated. Pharmacy school is my ultimate goal but I don't necessarily want to spend 3 more years just trying to get accepted.