Thank you all very much the responses have given me a lot to think about. My overall gpa is 3.4 not stellar but not bad either and I didnt' try my hardest. However, my pre-req gpa for pharm/med school is much higher than my overall. It's more along the lines of 3.7/3.8.
That being said I will take the advice and at least take a shot at the MCAT because I think I'll regret it my whole life if I don't at least try. My situation right now is that I'm 23 (still very young I know) and have a girlfriend and a 7 month old baby boy. I kinda wrote off medical school because I was interested in getting into the workforce as fast as possible to support my family. That's why I have been looking at nursing/PA routes over going the distance for a doctorate degree. Not getting the residency of my choice in med school also scares me and I would hate to be forced into a lesser residency if I didn't live up to the expectations required for the ones I prefer.
I guess it's not that much longer in the grand scheme of things but I have a lot of studying ahead of me if I am going to brush up for the MCAT's. It's been quite a while since I studied for the PCAT I'm gonna have to relearn a lot of material
I'll also try to get a better feel for hospital/clinical pharmacy. The descriptions you have all given me are very different from what the pharmacists I met have told me. However, I know your not just making this stuff up and I do have a real interest in pharmacy, especially if I can land a job like that where I can actually see and speak with patients about treatments etc.