I'm not sure if this is the best place to ask, but I figured I'd give it a shot. I've received my rejection letters and I'm trying to decide if there's anything I can do to improve my chances next year of being accepted. I really don't want to take the PCAT again, so I think I may just go back to school and take a few science classes and try to improve my GPA (while working on a double major - Pyschology - i'm a few hours short). I took the PCAT in October of '07, and had a cumulative score of 82 (lowest individual was 61 in Biology, the rest were 78-94 range). I had a 3/4 in the writing section. I thought that was pretty good since I'm a Chemistry major (94 score) and not a Biology major. I have a B.S. in Chemistry (graduate of May 2007) with a science GPA of over 3.0 (not great, but decent). I have over 2 1/2 years of pharmacy technician experience. As well as a great letter of recommendation from the Pharmacist I worked under. The Pharmacist is also a graduate of one of the Universities I'm apply for (UMKC). I have little volunteer work in the medical/pharmaceutical field, as I mostly volunteer at my church w/ the different youth programs. Anyway, I thought that I had a pretty decent shot this year, but I didn't even receive an interview at any school. Is there anything I should focus on improving, or just simply apply to more schools next go around? I'm considering taking classes at one of the Universities I'm applying at, to see if that can help me get a foot in the door. Any advice?