I am currently in my second gap year just applying to medical schools this cycle. With my undergrad cGPA 3.05, sGPA 3.25 and MCAT 502, I know that I have a pretty low chance of getting in. However I don't doubt my ability to get accepted into medical school after retaking the MCAT and going to a SMP. However, I DO have doubts about my ability if I ever become a doctor. I am currently working in a pseudo-medical field job as a medical tech in a jail. This job mainly entails handing out meds to inmates and every once and a while responding to medical emergencies. The longer that I have been working at this job, the more I have noticed that my attention to details is not what it should be for a medical professional. A few times I have made medical errors that should have easily been avoided. I am concerned that if somehow I eventually do become a doctor, I will make further mistakes but with bigger consequences. Is this something that should cause my reconsideration of careers?