Currently, I am a Junior in a four year BSN (nursing) program. I originally was seeking to be a CRNA, however, now I am considering going to medical school and specializing in anesthesia. I will graduate with all of the prerequisites for the medical school in my state(6 hours English, 8 hours Biology, 8 hours Chemistry, 8 hours Organic Chemistry, 8 hours Physics, and Calculus). My current GPA is 3.5, and due to the few courses I have remaining, it will not increase significantly. Furthermore, my first semester of college I made a "D" in Physiological Chemistry. (*This class is not one of the prerequisites I will be using to meet the Chemistry criteria.) The accepted applicants to the medical school I would like to attend had a 3.63 average GPA along with a 28 average MCAT score in 2007. My target medical school gives in-state applicants a huge advantage in the admission process, as every in-state applicant receives an interview opportunity. I will apply after having worked for two years in the busiest ER in my state as both a patient care technician and a LPN, and six months of Level 1 ICU experience. I will also be ACLS and PALS certified. I would prefer to attend medical school. Assuming I do well on the MCAT do I have a chance? What could I do to increase my chances?