Hey everyone, Would you guys give me advises on what I should do with this situation? I didn't do well in undergrad. However, I was able to get straight A's the last 2 years of college. I applied to the Georgetown SMP program last year. I was wait-listed and didn't get in days before orientation. I was told it was because of my GRE scores. I haven't taken then MCAT. I decided to do a 1 year post-bac program this year and retaking the GRE. My grades so far in this program is a B, B, and C. It looks like I will end up with a B, B, and C again. I contacted the head of the SMP program over a month ago and went over my potential application for this year class. I was told to send in one new letter of recommendation and new GRE scores. I was also told that with my high GRE scores (750, 700 and 5), I should have no problems of gaining admission this year. However, I did not disclose that I'm currently in a post-bac program and doing not so great in it (it's a long story of why this is the case). What would you do in my situation? Would you go ahead and reapply with out indication of the current program grades or send in the new grades and most likely get rejected due to the poor trend? Would schools ever find out your classes if you don't disclose it? Please advise. Thank you.