So Im a Middle Eastern, first generation, NJ resident, pharmacy student starting my 4th year in a 6 year program in Philadelphia. (aka Im in my second year of professional pharmacy school) I recently decided pharmacy wasn't for me. My cGPA is a 3.71 sGPA is 3.68. Because I decided on such short notice I only studied for my MCAT for 2 months while doing a 40hr internship each week. I scored a 500 (125 in each section). I have tons of ECs and I have over 150 hours of shadowing an internist and a bariatric surgeon. I have 2 publications in the process of being submitted. I started a CPR organization on campus where we certify students at the university. I'm a Lab TA, tutor, mentor, in a sorority, in the Honors Program, I used to be EMT certified. I'm also involved in an inter-professional clinic with Cooper Medical School as a student provider serving the underprivileged of Camden. I was planning on applying to before I got such a terrible MCAT SCORE. MD -Cooper -NJMS -AMC -NYMC -Quinnipiac Netter - Drexel -Jefferson -Georgetown -Hofstra -Stony Brook -Howard -USC -USC Greenville -Commonwealth DO -PCOM-PA -LECOM -VCOM-CC -ROWANSOM -NYCOM Should I even bother applying to MD schools or is my MCAT too low. DO you think I should remove any schools or add any. I'm trying to be realistic here.