I have a 3.07/4.00 after my sophomore year of my undergraduate. I am transferring schools closer to home and I am going to be starting my 3rd year this coming Fall. I have an upward trend of starting from 2.471->3.091->3.341->3.469 from my old school. I'm a chemistry major, mathematics minor. My extracurriculars aren't strong. These two EC's below are what I did for this summer. -I'm doing a summer internship at the local hospital in the Radiation Safety/Radiation Physics department in which I learn the use of radioactive nuclides such as Iodine 125 & 131, Cesium, & Technetium, etc. in medical procedures. Also, how to do QA on C-arms, radiographic machines, CT scanners. -I completed a service learning project in which a group of 10 of us held an awareness benefit & walk for HIV/AIDS, Domestic Violence, Suicide & Breast Cancer raising around $500. I plan to -Try to dive right into research opportunities around campus in chemistry or biology, hopefully do well enough to get it published -Volunteer at said hospital as part of the "End of Life Companion" in which I will keep the elderly company during their last hours -Work part time at a not-for-profit organization, helping with community projects around the inner city (of Syracuse, NY) -Try to achieve great grades for this semester -Study for the MCAT on my spare time Is it still possible for me to apply to med school in the spring and get accepted? Should I even take the MCAT? What will I have to do to get accepted? Please, help me! Thank you!