Here's a new situation for you. So a little about me. It took me 5 years to graduate with two majors, and I have a 3.0 BCPM and a 3.20 overall GPA. Of course, my first two years in college I wasn't pre-med, and my gpa then was 2.66, so the other three years I averaged a little over 3.5 taking nothing but upper division classes. So there's a definite upward trend. My MCAT score is 35R, with my lowest section score being 11 in Biological sciences. My extracurriculars are pretty solid, with the basic volunteering, research, and club activities penciled in. My main issue is my low GPA and an institutional action I received about two and a half years ago. What happened went as follows: I was in a parking lot and some campus police were also in the same parking lot. One of the officers got out of his vehicle to tell me that I had to back up my car to let another officer out of the parking lot. In complying with his orders, I looked behind me and backed up. Because my head was turned, I failed to notice that he was still standing next to my car, so I almost ran over his foot. The institutional action was disciplinary probation. Now in previous threads regarding institutional action, it's basically come down to a decision of whether the risk of clicking "No" is worth the benefits of not ending up in that special pile of applications that need "Further review", i.e. will most likely be rejected. Now, in my case, I understand that my very low GPA is already going to get me instantly rejected from at least half the schools I apply to. I also understand that no matter how easily I can explain my disciplinary probation, some schools will also reject me for clicking "Yes" on that box. My question is, do you think I should take the risk of clicking "No", because I'm wondering if the deadly combination of clicking "Yes" along with my low GPA will completely ruin my chances of getting into any and all medical schools. Also, I've already asked my school about this, and they say that my transcripts don't mention any of this. In fact, if anyone asks them for my records without written consent, they'll say that I don't have a record. I'm pretty sure my 3 LOR's don't mention any of this either.