No one will give me the time of day! I know they are busy but couldn't just one set up a admissions couseling session or tell me if I have a chance in hell? I know I'm years of work away from Med school, even though I already have a degree, but I'm willing to work at it. I just want some feedback to see if I'm going about this the right way! Here's my story if you care to hear it: I graduated from an unknown public college with a B.S. in biochemistry. I screwed up my last two years and ended up with a 2.7 GPA. I blame uninterested advisors and my own stupidity for that. I am willing to get a second B.S. but it will be at an even lesser known college. Do schools like a lot of courses or do they look down on it? I am over 25 and have worked in a microbiology lab since graduating. Can anyone give me some advice?