SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) I've seen a topic or two asking about maybe one or two withdraws but nothing about multiples. Without beating around the bush, I have 10 Withdraws from my first 1 1/2 of school. I know that is excessive but working 40-60 hours a week, having a family and not 100% sure on degree path outside of Pre-Med took it's toll. After my first 1 1/2, I informed work that they would work with my school schedule or I would be seeking employment elsewhere. Well they caved and in the years since (4 years) I haven't had an issue. So how bad will this look to Med. schools ? Would it be a deal breaker? Keep in mind I haven't had a W since, just a rocky start and they were all trivial classes. My current GPA is a 3.62 with a science GPA of about a 3.5, maybe a tad higher. I have about one or two semester's worth of classes left so I'm sure I can get my GPA a little higher. So only looking at my undergrad record and not including volunteer/research work and MCAT, should I be worried? I'd hate for my lack of foresight in regards to withdraw's and the length it has taken to complete my degree kill my chances. Any opinions are greatly appreciated.