I wanted to get an honest opinion of what my chances of a career in medicine would be? Here is the background information, I lived in Jamaica before coming to the US to live here permanently and do school, but I don?t think I was fully integrated up here for a yr or so. In that exact time frame my grads were bad, nothing but Cs and I have TWO Ws (one for a class I was in because I had no pre-requisites and I was slow to realize I should have dropped it much sooner ). My last semester has been much better with B?s and A?s? and I know I can pull my GPA up if I redo those same courses I did so poorly in. (I am 44 credits, so I will be doing 3 more yrs of schooling) The truth of the matter is that I don?t want to fool my self into believing something that might be out of reach? I am doing Volunteer work in Shock Trauma down here in Baltimore?s UMMC? and it was something that me realize that being a M.D in STC must be my life goal. Sometime soon I will be learning EMT from the volunteer fire department, I guess this should be a good experience for my interests in the health sciences. What do you guys think of my present situation? Medical school after college would be a dream? but if its not possible? I guess that might be something later down the road, or I may try my luck at the University of the West-indies since my mother went there and I am a Jamaican citizen (though I am a permanent resident of MD).