Ok here is my situation: I am 24 and have had a passion for medicine my entire life. I lacked the confidence I needed to persue it because I was not supposed to be able to survive college! I was not the "college type" whatever the hell that is??? Anyway, I graduated with a BS in Exercise Physiology. Along the way I took gen bio, cell bio, anatomy, physiology ect.... on top of my required curriculum. Just for sh*ts and giggles! (Hey leave me alone, I like the stuff). While in undergrad (all 5 years), I worked 32 + hours a week. I had an internship in Cardiac Rehabilitation during my last semester which sparked my interest in becoming a doctor. Seems I was having much more fun in the Cath. Lab than in the clinic!!! I took 2 graduate level classes as an undergrad that I did well in. Currently I am at the Univ. of Pittsburgh getting my MS in exercise physiology. This will help me get some research experience. I am interested in diabetes, energy metabolism / biochem, and cardiovascular Pathophysiology. My problem is that I need Gen Chem I and II, Physics I and II, as well as the dreaded Organic Chem I and II. Here is my plan, let me know what you think! This summer I am going to take Gen. Chem I and II, along with a class for my Masters. But due to travel time and work, I am gonna take Gen Chem at a CC. In the Fall I am going to take Physics. The summer I may have an internship at Lake Placid Olympic Training Site, working with olympic athletes (if things go the way I hope). Take Organic I and II the following year with some other classes like genetics, immunology things that spark my interest. Hit the MCAT's and apply! Plan #2 is: This summer take Gen. Chem I and II, along with a class for my Masters. But due to travel time and work, I am gonna take Gen Chem at a CC. In the fall take Physics and organic and lower my MS credit load. Do my internship at Lake Placid. Finish my MS and take the MCATS and apply!. Any advice?? Suggestions?? Any exercise phys, or athletic trainers make this kind of transition???