Hey everyone! I am a little bit of a later applicant. I got my BS in molecular biology in 2011 and my MS in pharmaceutical chemistry in 2012. I worked in corporate pharmacy/operations for almost 5 years prior to applying to a nursing program. I currently work full-time in a multi-system ICU setting rounding with critical care pharmacists which really piqued my interest in pursuing. In grad school I took upper levels courses in biochemistry, molecular biology, and pharmaceutical chemistry (two semester course in pharmacodynamics, indications/contraindications, etc). My undergrad GPA was rather lackluster at a 3.1 but my graduate GPA was a 3.94. I plan on taking the PCAT within the next year. I know it's important to have stellar grades; however, in addition to working as a nurse I also work as a part-time adjunct professor chemistry. My course bridges general, organic, and biochemistry into an allied health setting. Basically: uGPA: 3.1 gGPA: 3.94 Healthcare experience: 5-years in multi-pharmacy management; 2 years in multi-system ICU setting rounding with critical care pharmacists Pharmacy experience: 7 years; 5 medical management and 2 ICU PCAT: I'm hoping for > 75th percentile Volunteer experience: tutoring, volunteering at community medical events Random additional: part-time certified barre, TRX, and cycle instructor, conversational Spanish and ASL. I'll be about 33 by the time I apply, and was wondering what my odds were initially before I begin looking, or whether I should hang it up and move into a nurse management position when the time comes available. I appreciate the feedback.