Hi, I was just wondering how my chances look; I'm sure many do this, but I'm new here and I would like your opinion. I go to Florida State, I'm a Biochemistry major, minoring in Bio and hopefully Math too. My GPA is a 3.63 overall, 3.63 science. I'm graduating in three years... and I'm not sure how great that looks. I kinda did it to impress the med schools, but now that I'm applying I've heard A LOT of negative feedback about it. I just turned twenty in June, which I statistically speaking is pretty young for med school... I consider myself to be mature, otherwise I don't think I would be able to get this far and be this determined, but aren't we all? I'm a woman, and I am Hispanic, more specifically Cuban. Does that help me at all? I heard a few things about Cuban-Americans not being a "minority" in med school. I'm not really Cuban-American, since I was born there I'm full Cuban, does that make a different either? I'm taking my MCAT in 19 days, I'm so over studying I just want to take it already. I'm around a 29-ish right now, but hoping to reach 32 at least. I do organic chemistry research.. I have my thesis that I am working on. Don't really have much clinical experience though, except for in high school (which was two years ago, therefore I included it). AHHHHH, what do you think? Any chance? I figured I'm non-trad since I'm graduating in 3 yrs?