One of my best friend's daughter is going to school to become a pharmacist. She wanted to be involved in the medical field, but didn't think she could handle the schooling and stress that would be required to become a doctor.
I don't think she realized how hard it was though until she began studying for the PCAT. She didn't feel confident enough studying for the test and going through the PCAT practice questions on her own so took some classes which helped her quite a bit.
I know she put a lot of time and effort in when she was preparing for this test. It isn't something to take lightly as you want to get as high a score as possible.
She is very driven and intelligent and will make a great pharmacist. She has a few years left to go, but I know all her hard work will pay off for her.