My interest is in international medicine, and Ben Gurion stood out as a place for me to pursue this at. Everything this program offers is exactly what I am looking for in a med program. However, while my Post Bacc. Science GPA is a 3.8, my MCATs at 24 are horrible. Is there any chance that with exceptional grades, lots of volunteer hours in a public clinic environment, and experience in international finance and relations, that I have any chance of getting in. How much do MCAT's weigh compared to past work experience, etc.