Hi MayanN! I am actually a pharmacy technician and currently on my way into medical school (weird combination, I know). Working with my pharmacists a lot and asking questions, I can tell you that the process of becoming a pharmacist is quite similar to becoming a medical doctor (pharmacists in the US are doctors of pharmacology). You have prerequisites that you need to get into a pharmacy school, same as medical schools. So grades and studying are an important factor. I agree mostly with Melanie Baker. Finding a pharmacist that is willing to teach you things is always a good first step. Becoming a technician is a very good way to prepare for pharmacy school because it will give you the chance to familiarize yourself with drugs, what they do, their interactions, and a lot of laws regarding pharmacy practice. Many pharmacists have attested to this. Additionally, if you want a head start in learning as a technician, many state require or favor a nation certification, which will give you a quite bit of knowledge that will be helpful in school (you will learn the top 200 dispensed drugs, what they do, their common drug interactions, along with some laws regarding pharmacy). Also while you are in pharmacy school, many states allow for you to have an intern license, where you can basically work as a pharmacist under limitations while in school. One pharmacist that I have worked with for a long time recently graduated and was an intern at first. I hope this information helps!