Today I spoke with a director of a post-bac pre-med program after my mom and I had a conversation on me leaving the country for med school. Since me and my mother have a close relationship, she did not agree to me leaving the country for medical school and encourages me to apply to US medical schools. Here's my situation. I did terribly bad at CCP during my early years of schooling. I have alot of W's and 3 F's. I did try to turn things around by getting B's and A's in the latter part of my education at CCP. I was only able to pull it up to about 2.58 before I transferred to a 4yrs university. Now I'm getting nothing but A's and B's (3.50 GPA) and I have 6 W's at the 4yr University. I graduate next May and plan to work my butt off to keep my GPA above a 3.50 GPA. What I'm worried about is my CGPA which would bring my GPA down to about 2.5 or a little higher. The director told me to call him next winter near the ending of my undergraduate work. However, I'm worried that now I won't even make it into a post-bac program with my academic record being so horrible. My next option is to do a graduate degree in Medical Biology and hope to show them that I can improve my GPA in sciences. Yet, the school is very expensive and at the end, I'll owe $40,000 on top of the $50,000 I owe from undergraduate work. I would still need to do a post-bac program which would add on to my debt totally anywhere from $100,00 on up before I even make it into medical school. What is your advice for some in my situation.