Hi All, A little background: In May 2006 I graduated with honors from a small, well-regarded liberal arts college with a major in political science and a minor in philosophy. All my life I've wanted to be a doctor but after taking an into poli sci course my freshman year of college I was absolutely fascinated by the material. As it was a liberal arts college I had to take a lot of elective courses and in the three science courses that I took I received A's in all of them. My overall GPA was slightly over 3.6. Always being interested in healthcare but being a political science major, I completed an honors thesis examining the effects of market privatization on healthcare in China. I'm now working in finance and still feel deep down that being a doctor is the only thing that would truly satisfy my intellectual curiosity and inquisitive nature as well as interest in science and medicine. I'm only 22 so I feel like I still have time. A few friends of mine who are in medical school suggested looking into "post-bacc" programs. What exactly would I need to do to become a competitive applicant for medical school or am I completely out of luck?