Hi there. Thanks for any advice anyone can offer. I'll just start with my stats and go from there! White male. First generation college student. Current Florida resident (But this is a recent change, as I had lived in North Carolina for the rest of my life). I grew up in a rural environment and consider myself to be socially and economically disadvantaged. Attended Wake Forest University for undergrad- majored in Chemistry, minored in Biology and obtained a 3.01 GPA. While in undergrad I volunteered at the hospital, worked three jobs, and was heavily involved in extracurricular activities (service fraternity, and at least 8 other groups each year). Attended University of South Florida for a Masters in Medical Science. This program was essentially your first two years of medical school courses. I obtained a 3.32 GPA, while working over 30 hours at my part-time job. MCAT Score of 30 (9-verbal, 10-physical, 11-biological) --increased this from my past attempt of 27 where I obtained a 9 in all three sections. Throughout undergrad and grad school I have volunteered at the hospital, shadowed physicians, traveled on medical missions trips and recently acquired a second job as a Medical Scribe in the Emergency Department. I have been involved in clinical settings since the age of 14 when I initially started volunteering at the hospital, and have known since then that I wanted to be a physician. I've worked hard to get to where I'm at, have experienced some issues along the way (three jobs, time management skills, and a brief double majored severely hurt my first two years of undergrad, but my last two were solid, averaging 23 hours of courses a semester in addition to my three jobs and ECs.) I am ok with a DO program, but would rather enroll in an MD. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks so much.