I have a 3.0 GPA / BCPM in undergrad with a BS in Physics. I taught AP Physics for 3 years, worked / did research for a company in the medical physics field for 2 years, have my name on two research papers, and will have a masters in medical physics from an Ivy League school in two years. The masters program includes a minimum of 400 hours of clinical time. Would an MCAT score of 34 (10 B, 11 V, and 13 P) be enough to get me into an MD program? I want to do Radiation Oncology, and I would think that admissions boards would be able to see my previous exposure, but I'm not sure it will overcome my mediocre (at best) GPA. Thoughts?