Hi everyone, I'm new to the this forum and need some input, so here's my situation. I want to go to med school, but my undergrad grades were pathetic (overall 2.5/4.0) and I've already taken most of my premed classes. I recently started volunteering and have a burning desire to pursue a career in medicine. To make a long story short, I looked aroung for post-bacc programs and found one that suits my busy work schedule. It's a non-thesis masters program in biology at a local area 4 year college. It's about a 30-32 credit hour program with all graduate level courses. My question is if I complete this program with a 4.0 gpa and do well on the MCAT (30+), do I have a good chance of getting into med school. I work 50 hour weeks so I can only do the masters program part-time (1-2 classes per semester). Any input is much appreciated. By the way, I already have over 300 hrs of volunteer work from my undergrad days and about 2 years lab experience. I'm currently volunteering again at a local area hospital. Thanks in advance.