GPA's of my sophomore, junior, and senior years of undergrad are as follows:
3.67, 3.74, 3.71 respectively, sGPA
3.52, 3.70, 3.68 respectively, cGPA
Freshman year GPA: 2.44 cGPA, 2.57 sGPA, 70 and 23 credits attempted, respectively (that's a lot)
B.S. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Minor in History
M.S. in Applied Molecular Biology
I understand about the downward trend in grad school, and I realize I dropped the ball but it was a 1 year accelerated masters, designed for hand's on teaching for research. I got tons of experience and expertise out of it, which I'm grateful for, especially given my current employment at a very nice research lab. At the end of the day, I'm not too pressed about my GPA out of it, because it was mostly based on things that WEREN'T research, like homework, essays, busywork, etc. But like I said, I realize the ball was in my court and I dropped it.
I'm not URM, I'm mid-atlantic coast, and I have both strong DO & MD letters.
If I re-apply after this cycle, it won't be for many years as I'll have to retake the MCAT and I think I'd rather continue doing good research for a while.