BUMPED: Scroll down and read updated post at the bottom of teh thread Okay so I just finished junior year. I'm interested in applying not during this session but next one (entering med school fall '10). I really haven't been a premed (god I hate that term) but lately I've become more disenfranchised with the idea of being an engineer. Also throughout the course of this year, I took the heaviest and hardest classload ever and my grades shot way up. Unfortionately my BCMP (BCPM?) GPA is not too high. A c- in calc I first semester freshman year doesn't help. I've done stellar in my engineering classes but unfortionately they don't count towards the BCPM (although they damn well should. An entire class devoted to thermodynamics? kinetics? You telling me thats not chemistry? How about fluid mechanics, thats not physics??) BCMP: 3.13 Overall: 3.394 I'm a double chemical & molecular engineering, and applied mathematics & statistics major, which aren't exactly condusive to high GPAs. My semester GPAs during this past year were 3.75 and 3.98, so I've definitely been on an upward trend, but I don't think its enough. I've yet to take the mCAT but I'm in the process of studying for it. Not much in the way of ECs but this is what I have --Helped organize organ donation awareness walk at school --Officer in my school's chapter of AIChE --Student rep on the undergraduate program committee (sit in on faculty meetings as student rep, giving student views about classes etc) --Starting volunteer work in an ER next week --Currently doing research in a cell lab --Had lots of jobs even during school but nothing medically related I'm a NY resident so I'd obviously be interested in any of the SUNY schools, but anything in the north eastern US would be amazing. I'll certainly try to pull up my GPA next year, but I don't think I can have too much of an effect on the BCMP gpa. 1. What are my chances? 2. What mCAT score would I need to be competitive? 3. What else can I do over the course of the next year before the next application session (besides the obvious boost GPA as much as possible)? Thanks.