Hello everyone, I want to know your honest opinion if I have a chance to get in. First of all, I REALLY want to become a doctor. I cannot imagine myself doing anything else, it is my passion, my dream, my goal, etc. I guess I need to tell you more about myself. Well I graduated with BS in Biology (finished in four years) with GPA 3.1. My GPA is not great, it was due to my first year of college. I did not perform well at all. But the next three years was much better. My grades were improving and at the same time I was doing various communiy volunteer work, held executive roles in multiple clubs/organizations and held two part time jobs. Also, I was part of an undergraduate research project. I feel I was succesful in college, but my first year GPA is still hurting me. After undergrad, I enrolled in a master program and two years later received a MPH in Epidemiology. During this time, I was involved in community service, held a part-time job and at the same time doing my master's project. I finished my master with 3.5 GPA. Right after graduating from my masters, I started working as a Research Analyst for one of the major Health Care Organization in the country. It is a kind of job where I am utilizing my master's degree. Overall, I believe I am a well-rounded applicant. But my downfall is my MCAT scores, the highest I ever got is 21. I have taken the test 3 times since 1995. I know some of you are probably saying "give it up". But I want to become a doctor, and I feel that I need to take the MCAT again. I'm lost whether I should or not. What do you guys think I should, and do I have a chance to get in? Thanks!!!