Hello, I am a student of Touro College( private jewish college in Brooklyn) I am a Biology major there.I am completing my fourth semester at the school, my current GPA is 3.21 which isn't considered high to medical school standards; but I do have a lot of extracurricular activities plus I am an amateur kickboxer also married and work full-time as a superintendant, plus me and my wife are planning a IVF procedure in the near future, we all know how time consuming and emotionally hard that can be. So that takes away from my study time. I would like to know will the medical schools look at my situation from my point of view and possibly consider accepting me into a program with a 3.21 gpa not inless I can get it higher? I think it is a pretty good GPA considering my schedule and responsibilities to my family and dealing with my wife's medical problem.I truly believe If I wasn't married and had the time to study without working full-time I would be a 4.0 student easily. But are medical schools cut-throat and dont care, all they want is grades; or is there compassion to students who have to work and take care of sick family members. Guys any info will be deeply appreciated. Thansk in advanced.