This pertains to undergraduate GPA. Now, I had a lot of different things happen during my college years that have left a pretty big scar on my record. 1. A drop mishap (completely my fault) which resulted in an F. I quickly re-took the class for an A the next semester. 2. Was a RA for a semester, but resigned just before the semester ended...LONG story. But there was a peer leadership class attached to the job in which they promptly failed me, and there is no opportunity for retake. This and the above happened just last year. 3. The fact that before I was a premed, I was a slacker! I was a musician with no focus, anyway you get the picture. I got a "few" F's Most of them are in 1-2 cr. music classes. Anyway, the thing is that I have been doing really well since turning around, aside from a couple of hardships. But I have been taking heavy classloads with up to 4 science class/semester, and doing well. I pull off a B average, but when taking Ochem, physics, Genetics, and Parasitilogy in a semester, and still working and having a family i think that is pretty darn spectacular!. Will this be looked at, even though with all the PAST bad grades being calulated by AMCAS???. I will be truthful, I will NEVER be able to get my GPA really high with out taking classes til I am 90! But the trend (- the outliers) is really good! Also, I believe that the MCAT on Sat. went really well. It comes down to...I just want to be given a chance! If I can get an interview, then I feel that I have a hell of a shot. Thanks for reading, sorry it was a long one. Any insight would be great!