Im really bummed out right now, just got my October PCAT scores, got a composite of 51 %
....I am really depressed right now, I just want your guys thoughts, realistically, of my chances at this point in general...have a 3.4 overall GPA, 3.1 science GPA...I feel like complete garbage right now...plz post ur opinions...
Hay, lighten up. Im sure even Albert Einstein felt like a looser in some point of his life. If you really want to become a pharmacist then fight for it. This kind of defeated mentality doesnt get you anywhere. If you think PCAT is a mountain, wait and see what the four years of pharmacy school holds for you. I didnt say that to scary you.
If you want to improve your chance of getting accepted, here is my advice
 Take pact prep class. It is very helpful. Not just take the class you have to study and do the test repeatedly.
 Dont buy, but borrow PCAT Kaplan book from the library and do the questions.
 Spend more time on studying chemistry and any other subject you are good at. Even if you think you are good in biology, think again. It is a very broad subject.
 Take more class (easy A classes) so that your GPA goes up.
 If you have time to volunteer, do so.
For the mean time, apply to the schools that dont require pcat. Incase if doesnt work out, have a plan B. Let me know how things turn out. Good luck.
This advice comes from a person who is still waiting for the PCAT score dreadfully.