How did you get that low a PCAT score with that high a GPA? Were you really nervous during the test? I would suggest retaking the PCAT for a higher score... Otherwise, the discrepancy between the two looks worse than that PCAT score would look with a GPA of 3.2. The negatives that instantly come to mind when I see such a combination:
- the person's grades are really inflated - is the school even teaching anything or just giving away grades for free?
- is the person so poor a test taker that they will not pass NAPLEX and therefore reflect badly on the school if we do accept them?
So I would strongly suggest figuring out why you did poorly on PCAT, fixing that, and then trying again. If you still get a low score on retake, then try to come up with a really good reason for why it happens (because if you are invited for an interview, you are very likely to be asked just that), and beef up other sections of your resume such as community involvement/volunteering/professional experience/etc.