I'm from Alabama and the only 2 pharmacy schools in my state are Auburn and Samford. I'm currently a Senior, graduating class of 2018. I haven't decided what I wanted to be/do. I already got accepted into college and got some scholarships. I'm a very nervous/anxious person. I always doubt myself and stress. I have a 3.50 GPA, I'm 87th out of 288 students, 19 ACT and wanting to be a pharmacy student. Here are some questions I have: I'm scared of college, what to do? How do you deal with professors who are bad teachers? I had a chemistry teacher my sophomore year and she wasn't the best teacher. If I can't even do well on the ACT or have a 4.0 or higher GPA, then can I really handle taking the PCAT, NAPLEX, or pharmacy school? What if I do pass the PCAT and get into pharmacy school? If I fail pharmacy school, will I still have to pay $100,000+ debt? I'm afraid I might have a bad/unprofessional professor who isn't willing or can't teach the student(s). What to do? Are there student favorites that professors have? Do you have to play nice with teachers? I'm afraid of failing pharmacy school and not knowing what to do with my life? Do I have to make a 4.0+ GPA, top of my class, and have a high ACT to handle pharmacy school? If I did fail pharmacy school, how would I handle that debt? How do you cope with stress, anxiety, depression, etc. in the pharmacy school? I'm not a good test taker and have testing anxiety, what should I do? I'm kind of slow in terms of anticipation and understanding things. I always have to ask people to repeat themselves, ask for further directions, have someone show me how things are done, and just always ask more than twice to make sure things are correct. What are the professors at pharmacy school like? These are some questions I have. I may have left things out or repeated because I'm just slow... Please add anything that would help me better prepare for pharmacy school or be a better student.