SDN Members don't see this ad. About the ads. Hi, I am a Biological Science Junior Undergraduate student. I came to United States about 3 years ago and worked my first year in a Retail store as a cashier for full time. I started attending a community college and took General Education courses, such as English, Arts, and Speech. Eventually I took the sequels of General Biology, General Chemistry, General Physics, and Calculus and Aced All of them. I finished my A.A degree with about 3.8 GPA( the only 'C' I had was in Spanish) and Transferred to a state university. My first semester I took organic chemistry with lab, General Microbiology, and one other gen bio(3) and a history course(western civilization). Although I got a 'B' in orgo lab, My cumulative for that semester was 3.92 with Honors. I also got 'A+' in microbio. Now, besides attending classes(in which I put the best efforts and all of my time, since I actually enjoyed learning new things), I worked in a clinical lab as a lab assistant doing various easy tests and microbio procedures for that semester. However, I hardly have any other extra curricular activity. The only things I do for fun are watch movies, listen to music, read something, plan about future, talk with my girl friend e.t.c When attending college, I was undecided about a particular profession. However, something is true in my case I believe, I enjoy everything I study, be it mathematics, biology, chemistry, or history(so far) No matter how hard something seems at first, I believe I grow confidence in me about Acing a subject by challenging myself. If I dream about going to medical school, how should I proceed from now? Is it too late to think about it? Whats some easy ways for underrepresented students to get involved in extracurriculars that are relevant. Please give me some directions.