Hi. I have lurked around the boards for awhile and have finally decided to introduce myself. I am the 30 yr. old (gasp!) mother of three (5,4 and 1). My husband is finishing his fellowship in Infectious Diseases and I am in my last year of grad school (molecular genetics) . I am planning on applying to medical school once we have settled and my youngest is in school...I must be crazy. Here is my question. My first two years of undergrad I did quite miserably...probably only a 2.8...but I had all A's and 1 B during the last two years. My double major was Psychology and German. I studied as an exchange student in Germany for a year, lived over there for 4 and in Northern Ireland for 1...I have an interesting CV anyway. My overall for my undergrad ended up being a 3.44 although my last two years were a 3.9. I went back to school when I had two small children 2 and 6 months and started taking my hard sciences...back then, I was just sort of tinkering and not knowing what I thought I would do with it. My husband was doing his IM residency and so my focus was mostly on the family. My GPA was a 3.0...nothing stellar..and my grad school GPA is above a 3.5, so I guess that is ok...I haven't taken my MCATs yet...but does anyone think that I might have a chance? Also, please recommend my website to your spouses...http://www.medicalspouse.com. It is part of my http://www.survivingresidency.com site. I promise not to mention it again! Kristen ------------------ Please stop by my website http://www.survivingresidency.com and recommend it to your spouses and friends!