I am a non-traditional applicant this year seeking admission to a DO school. I have a bachelor of science degree in Biology (Overall gpa 3.5, sgpa 3.3) and a Master of Science degree (Thesis/research-based, gpa 3.89) in Cellular Biology. My extracurricular activities are very strong (IMO). They include: Over 500 hours volunteering with direct patient interaction (pediatrics), over 500 hours non-clinical volunteer experience in the community working with under-privileged populations, greater than 10,000 hours basic scientific research experience investigating a potential chemotherapy target enzyme, 30 hours physician shadowing (20 hours DO with DO LOR), 3 years as a graduate teaching assistant, 3 years as an undergraduate resident assistant, and am presently a full-time Scientist at an industry-leading bio-pharmaceutical company. My LORs are very strong and are from individuals who I've known for a long time and have played important roles in shaping me. I applied to medical school 5 years ago and decided to return to the idea of becoming a physician after much consideration and being lost for several years. I've reinvented my application since then but still have a low MCAT. My most recent MCAT score was my third attempt. My first two attempts were in 2010 (will schools look at these?) and were 22P and 23Q. Do I stand a chance at DO admission this cycle? My application is almost verified so applications could go out soon. I would especially appreciate any advice from adcoms maybe even @Goro ? Thank you in advance!