Can anyone clue me in on my chances for gettin getting into medical school. My background: I am going to finish my MS in chemistry (Inorganic) by 2001 and am planning for applying for subsequent admission into medical schools. My undergrad gpa was ~3.2 (in BCHM) and my grad gpa is 4.0. I plan to score a 38 this august on the MCATs (My practice scores through Princeton was between 37-40). My letter of recommendations were rather exemplary (I think) as one was written by my research advisor. I am still relatively young (I hope) at 21. My questions are, how detrimental is my undergrad gpa? I did not pursue a MS in a field that is somewhat related to medicine (ie. molecular bio, bchm), will this be a problem? What are my overall chances of getting in? If there is anyone out there who can help, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance.