Hey guys! I plan on applying to pharmacy schools for the 2018-2019 cycle on the east coast. I'm also studying for the PCAT and taking it this coming July. I screwed up my GPA during my first year and a half of college not knowing what i was doing and had a 2.67 cum GPA. After that, I worked hard and brought it up to where it is now which is a 3.219 where I got A's in classes such as Biochemistry, anatomy & physiology, Gen Chem 1, and more. I really would like to work in clinical pharmacy and to gain experience I've been volunteering at a pharmacy in a hospital for a year and recently also got a job as an emergency room medical scribe to really show my interest in the clinical aspect of the career. In addition to this, I have my two science professors and a pharmacist writing me LOR's. My goal is to focus in on the PCAT and apply as early as possible in order to have a chance with interviews. Do any of you guys have any advice on how this looks or what I should really focus in on during my application process? Or even if there are schools that may be better for me to check out and apply to in order to greater my chances to get in.