I'm in my first year of master's and am working on stem cell biology. I have long thought of applying to medical school but have decided i should stay in research.Now I am reconsidering that choice. I have done my undergrad in chemical engineering and have a cgpa of 3.78, and sgpa of 3.9. My grad gpa's are likely going to be higher than that. I've signed up for a TPR class starting in Jan and am writing the MCAT's in april. I do have a bit of bio background but the bio section seems to be my biggest challenge.I've heard different rumours about engineering/grad student applications to med school and I was hoping to get some clarification on that. 1- How does an undergrad engineering degree effect your chances of getting in (considering you have all the prereqs)? 2- Is there any preference for grad students? 3- I don't have any clinical experience but do have research experience, hows that going to affect my application? Thanks!