Hey guys, I have some burning questions about medical school and getting accepted (what else is new?!). Lol...ok, so I'm a senior in college (about to graduate), and I was pre-med but gave it up last year. I finished almost all of the prerequisite courses except Orgo II and Biochem. Anyway, I was going through a very hard time in my life...conflicting feelings about what I was doing, what I wanted to actually do with my life, following my own voice, not being sure if I actually wanted to go to medical school, etc. Anyway, I ended up not doing stellar in most of my classes...overall, I would say I have a B- average for my entire time in college (and that's on the positive end). I attribute most of my mediocre performance to apathy and indecisiveness towards medical school. The thing is, I have a renewed interest in pursuing the medical school path for very personal reasons. I feel as though I've ruined my chances of ever getting in, since my grades have not been great and medical school is really, really competitive. Has anyone ever not done well in their undergraduate education and been able to gain acceptance to medical school? How are post-bac courses? I've heard taking classes at an easier college (I go to a notoriously difficult liberal arts school) after undergraduate school to boost your GPA is one way to get in...not sure if this works or not? Any advice or ideas would be very much appreciated. I want to believe I can get in without having done great at my present school.