Why do you think that you can do better in another post-bac? To me, that's the sign that you gave it your best shot, and now it's time for Plan B.I have a 3.1 science gpa and a 3.4 cumulative gpa. I did a post-bacc last year and didn't do well and didn't finish. As a result, my post-bacc gpa is 2.45. I am conflicted. Should I apply for another post-bacc or should I focus on my MCAT instead, and if I get a really good score, I'll try applying to medical school next year. I am a non-trad and a first-generation college grad and first-generation immigrant. I am the only one here in the U.S and so I can't really afford to be not working. Part of me really wanted to work full-time this year while studying for the MCAT and if I don't get into medical school next cycle, then I'll consider another post-bacc but that means I will have to wait longer. I would appreciate any advise from you all.
IF you're fixed on med school, for starters, you're nowhere near ready. With your GPAs, I have doubts that you will do well on MCAT. So do the post-bac first, and ace it (3.7+ GPA). Then take the MCAT, and then apply once you have your score. So, we're looking at a two, maybe even a three year cycle.