I have a 2.2 GPA in a degree not related to Pharmacy. Multiple F's, multiple withdrawals, multiple major changes, multiple scattered attempts to finish school. I decided not to graduate from college because I am 25 years old now and realized that I could do something a little unorthodox instead. After 24, one is eligible for the Federal Pell Grant and I can use that to fix my poor previous academic performance. Originally, I was an English and a Psychology major. My GPA is poor in general. I have no strength in either subject within the actual upper level major courses. If I change majors again to Chemistry, take the Prepharmacy prerequisites and perform well in them, do I have any chance of getting into a Pharm D program?. I am wondering if anyone here has turned their disaster previous academic performance into an admission into a Pharm D program. I decided to start to ask questions here and get input rather than write to an admissions committee at a prospective pharmacy school. Please be as blunt as possible. I don't think there is a high chance of my gaining acceptance right away but I do think it would be possible after I made very high marks in the prepharmacy courses to be let in probationary. But, that's just my speculation. I think it would be years away from now to really fix it and I understand the reasons why I wouldn't be accepted. Right now, I am in a Pharmacy Tech program and will be working for Pharmacist's fairly soon. I am more than willing to volunteer at at hospital or do anything else that would help my chances. Like I said, I understand and respect why an admissions committee would not accept me. Especially in a field like Pharmacy where accuracy is absolutely essential. I wonder though if it possible to fix what has been done in the past and show the admissions committee I have fixed my academic issues and that I can succeed in a Pharm D program. Thank you for your input, whether it be negative or positive.