I graduated in English in 1987. I was considering medical school and took all of the basics plus a number of biology electives. My grades fluctuated between A's and F's, depending on my attendance. I was immature, irresponsible, and spent too much time playing rock music. Now 37, I have built a successful career in programming, but have realized that I really did/do want to be a physician (which I believe suits my temperment,talents, values, and goals). I can't enter any Post-Bacc programs because I've taken the classes before (I've checked). I have an unique ability to master complex material rather quickly, but also tend to take on more work than a sane person should (if they want a balanced life). I need some perspective. Is there ANYTHING I can do that would enable me to apply next year? Presently, I'm still working, but I could presumably stop either in the fall or the spring to devote more time to study and medical related volunteering. I need to make decisions about courses (day or evening) to take so I have to decide if one year prep is out of the question or not. Many thanks.