Hi everyone! I'm new to this website and am still learning the medical school admissions game. I would love it if someone would be willing (pretty please!)to take a look at my profile and advise on whether they think I have shot pretty much anywhere. And any ideas about schools that might especially like my profile would be really helpful too! I went to an ivy for undergrad (one of the more difficult/very little grade inflation ones) and majored in a social science - the major was pretty intensive so I didn't have a whole lot of interaction with other pre-meds. Overall GPA is 3.56, BCPM is 3.22, and non-science is 3.83. These are my BCPM grades: Fresh year: 2 Semesters of Inorganic Chem: C/C 1 semester quantitative demography: A Sophomore year: 2 Semesters of Biology: B/C+ 2 Semesters of Physics: A-/B+ 1 semester of intro stats: B+ Summer after sophomore year: 2 semesters of Ochem: B+/B+ (I took it over the summer at another ivy because I spent my entire junior year off campus). Junior year: No science I took my MCAT after Junior year and got a 31: 12V, 9P, 10B, S Senior Year: 1 semester Biochem: A 1 semester Neuroscience: A- Advanced Biochem Class - Metabolism: A- 1 semester advanced stats: B+ Cell Biology: A I have a lot of work focusing on low-income and underserved communities, in terms of coursework, research, and other ECs. I graduated in 2006 and am participating in a competitive fellowship this year for community leaders/people interested in public service. Sorry, I know this a lot! I am really worried about not getting in anywhere becuase of numbers. Any thoughts on the profile? Any suggestions for things I could do next year while I apply to make my application stronger? Any schools I should really consider? Schools I should just forget about? Thanks SO much in advance for your help!!!!!!!!!!!!! I really appreciate it!!!