Here's my background: I have been working in banking for the past 3 years (graduated college in 1999). While in college I bounced around from major to major not knowing what I really wanted to do the rest of my life. After playing way too much golf and skipping far too many classes, I managed to kill my GPA (2.7). The only science courses I took in college were intro. to meteorology and oceanography. Now that I have matured and had time to figure out what my real interests are, I am considering exiting banking and pursuing dental school. I have been studying anatomy & phys. on my own time as well as reading any and all dental publications I can find. I am 100% certain that dentistry is what I want to do for the next 30 years of my life. For the past year I have been researching admission and academic statistics for dental programs. I figure I have about 2 semesters of pre-reqs. to complete before thinking of dental school. I would welcome any advice/recommendations as far was what schools to apply to (when that time comes) and what experience(s) would most benefit someone in my situation. Thank you.