I just found this forum and would appreciate any feedback. I've been struggling with my direction in life for some time now. I graduated from college in the late 90's with a 3.5 GPA and degree in cell and molecular biology. I took the MCAT and got a 33 and applied to med/phd dual programs but did not take it seriously (I went skiing for a year after school) and interviewed without success at two programs. I ended up at a high caliber graduate medical research university in a PhD program. I got straight A's there but left after 2 years to start a company that I ran for three years before selling. I then went to a top-notch MBA program at age 28. After business school I went into investing and now work at a top private equity firm. My current job has little do to with science or medicine and not a day goes by that I don't regret not going to medical school and becoming a physician as I had always envisioned. Now that I am approaching my mid-30's and reflecting back on my path I find myself hoping it is not too late. So, here are my questions: 1. I assume all the pre-reqs I have taken in getting my BS are still valid? 2. It seems the MCAT score was only valid for 3 years so I will need to retake it - any advice for someone in my position as far as prep? 3. Do I have a chance at all? 4. Any other advice? Many thanks.