Hello there, I've completed a bachelors of nuclear engineering with a very low average around a C+ average with 3 failed classes. I found out through volunteering at hospitals that I wanted to pursue medicine in second year, however, I ended up finishing my engineering degree with poor results. Several issues throughout undergrad affected my performance, such as divorce of parents, friends and relatives passing away. It was hard to find motivation, let alone concentrate on school work. As a result, and miraculously, I "successfully" finished my degree. I've worked as an engineer but I don't find any interest in it. As you may have guessed by now, I want to pursue medicine in my fullest. With everything set back, I can finally have a clear state of mind to study school to my fullest (I rarely studied during my engineering degree (major thanks to my classmates for helping me get through it)). I would just like to ask SDN if it's possible to do another 4 year undergrad and apply for medical school, given by low GPA in the past. I know that I'll have to commit myself solely to school, but I'll do anything. Has anyone been in this situation? What do you think? Am I being unreasonable?