Hello everyone, I recently made a visit to the pre-med office to discuss applying to medical school. After looking at my transcript and me not being too sure about getting in she told me she thought it would be best for me to apply next year. She drilled me with the same questions that she asks every student that goes in her office. At the end of the meeting, she told me to take about 14 hrs of upper level classes(mixed with a couple of social sciences) for each semester this upcoming fall and spring, and if I needed to take the MCAT again in april (taking it in August-fingers crossed!) I will STILL be able to apply early. She said that I hadn't had any recent healthcare experince...was a surg tech till 99. I already have an undergrad degree with all the pre-reqs, and about 50 hrs of post bacc work (since working as a tech), but I don't know if I was just one less student she has to write the committee letter for or if she just wants good stats for next year. The BIG problem is that I'm 27.....I've been pushing this off and not applying since I graduated in 98'. Should I just email her and tell her that I changed my mind, that I was going to still take classes in the fall and spring, but I just want to apply this cycle so that I get a feel for the process....and who knows maybe with luck even an acceptance. If I DON'T apply this time around and wait till August, I feel Ill just be putting all my eggs in one basket next year.....and what IF I don't get in that time?! Granted my undergrad GPA was very low 3's, but my post bacc has been great.....anyone have any advice pm me or post......thanks a TON!