Hello all, I am currently a 4th year undergrad going for a BSCS and taking EMT classes on the side. My GPA isn't great (2.9 ish) and I have a decent amount of withdraws on my record. I've switched majors twice and therefore have another 2 years or so before earning the bachelors. I've been wrestling PTSD, MDD and ADD during my school career, and would have done much better this semester if not for a boyfriend who was completely unsupportive and jobless. Medicine is more than a passion for me, it's an obsession. I can't imagine doing anything else with my life. As such, I need some advice and help building a plan. My current plan is to attempt to finish the computer science degree, and as I have room for an EMT-B and EMT-I in my coursework I'll complete those. After earning my BSCS my plan is to take the 1 year paramedic course. From there the path is uncertain. Should I work for a few years and try after that? Should I go for a masters degree (probably an MPH)? Will any of that actually help? I just need to know that it's possible for a struggling student to pick themselves up and get to an MD.