Hi everyone, my name is Sofia and I am currently a junior Biology/pre-med major, minoring in Chemistry and Medical Humanities at Baylor University (Texas). I just wanted to get your opinion on my statistics because I am afraid I'm not good enough of a candidate for Medical School, but I want the opinion of people either already accepted, or in med school, or admission experts: -US Permanent Resident (since 3 years ago) -I moved to the US 4 years ago with my family (my dad is an American) from Mexico. I only had 2 years of high school in the US and therefore not much experience with American Med School requirements, I've learned as I go. -Therefore, I'm an underrepresented minority. -Cumulative GPA 3.62 -BCPM GPA 3.0 (a C in Chem 1 and a D in chem 2, both from freshman year; I retook Chem 2 and made a B+ the second time around). I'm averaging the D into the science GPA. If not for these two my GPA would be much higher. -Hospital volunteer for 1 year. (2-3 hrs/week) -cafeteria worker/to Cashier/to Marketing Assistant with my school's dining services, for all my undergraduate years, 3 years, (avg of 10-12 hrs/week). -Hall Leadership Team in my dormitory for 2 years (1 to 3 hrs a wk, depending on activities/meetings). -NSCS (National Society of Collegiate Scholars) for 1 year (must do at least 3 meetings a semester, 2 social activities, 10 hrs of volunteer service, a semester). -100% Bilingual, Spanish-English. -my summer following freshman year I spent working at a department store (30 hrs/ week or so), because I needed the money. -Intern at East Side Medical Center (El Paso, TX) for summer 2005. I worked (without pay) 20 hrs/week. I received training as a Medical Assistant, and was allowed to vital patients, do lab exams such as urinalysis, ekg's, audio exams, vision exams, etc. I also spent my days following a PA around the clinic. I saw many physical exams, plus consultations with the patients. It's junior year and the pressure is starting to build up, I'm taking my MCATs next semester and hope to do well. (at least a 25, but hopefully 30+). I have never taken summer school (I have not been able to afford it) and I have never taken less than 16 hours a semester. For the last two semesters I have taken 3 science classes plus 3 laboratories at the same time, plus my humanities/english/social science classes, and working, and I have done well in my grades. so, what do you think, do i have good chances in Texas?