Hello all, I need help with making a decision. For some time now I have been essentially settled on going to a school in Florida named Rollins College. Being from New York, I was looking forward to getting some distance from all of my old friends and having a chance for to sunbathe more often . As I've mentioned in previous threads, I've always wanted to go to medical school. As a result, I applied (with no real thoughts of getting in) to several B.S-M.D. or B.S.-D.O. programs. Today I received acceptance letters to a B.S.-M.D. program run through SUNY Cobleskill/Cornell University (2 years undergraduate at both insitutions) with a guarenteed acceptance to SUNY Upstate College of Medicine as long as I maintain a 3.5 GPA and pass an interview. No MCAT is required. I also go accepted to a B.S.-D.O. program with NYCOM and SUNY Geneseo, such that if I enroll I have to maintain a 3.3 GPA and get a 25 MCAT to enroll at NYCOM with guarenteed admissions. For the record, Geneseo is much more of a prominent school than Cobleskill, and further away from home (a *good* thing) though a D.O. is not quite as prestigious a degree as an M.D. from Upstate (no offense to any D.O.'s). However, I would also have to take Calculus II this summer if I was to do the Geneseo program, whereas I could skip Calc II (I HATE MATH) for the Cobleskill Program. So, what I'm asking is, what would you do?