Hello everyone. I am a senior, bio major, but I've gotten some horrible grades during my undergrad.. chem 1a - C chem 1b - B chem 1c - B bio 5a - C+ ( B in the lab) bio 5b - C bio 5c - C ochem 110a - C ochem 110b - B ochem 110c - C- physics 2a - C ( B in lab) physics 2b - C+ (A in lab) physics 2c - B+ (A in lab) calc 1a - B calc 2b - B stats - A genetics - C biochem - A- The one perk that I've found is that I've never failed a class... I've withdrawn from 2.. but I've never had an F.. so I guess that's good in a way. Also, I haven't been able to come back to school for this year.. so I haven't been able to take any more classes. Now I am determined to got straight As.. and I know that I have the potential due to the fact that I know that when I focus.. I can get the good grades.. to tell you the truth, I just let social circumstances get in the way of my grades.. and I won't do that anymore.. I plan on doing at LEAST 4 more quarters.. which will have 2 upper division sciences each.. and get only A's.. I know it'll be hard.. but I also know I can do it.. OK, now, my questions is: IF I get a 30+ MCAT score, do you think it would be a good idea for me to apply this year? Or should I apply next year, and take more classes during the year while the application process is going on? PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK.. oh.. i do have a strong EC background.. so that's not an issue. Thanks..