This is my first post in this forum. I am applying for the 2008 cycle and I am a non-trad. I have a master's degree and have been teaching biology at the community college level for the past few years. My problem: I have a low undergrad gpa and science gpa - 3.03 (yes, that low!) and anticipate an MCAT in the low 30's - haven't gotten my score back yet, so that is still in the air.... So the MCAT should be okay but not out of this world. (If it weren't for orgo, my bio section would be a 15!) I plan on applying widely. I have lots of life experience, I teach bio and A&P at the college level, have a 3.9 gpa for my master's degree, lots of volunteering (both medical and otherwise). I feel that if I can just get an interview, I have a very solid chance of getting in. I just worry that my app will be thrown in the trash based on my crappy undergrad numbers alone. Its been 8 years since I graduated...but my teenage mistakes are still my biggest stumbling block. Any opinions or educated guesses...??..