Anyones opinion or advice is highly appreciated! An epiphany hit me this summer and directed me to a pre-med advisor at my university who told me that med school is possible, but more perspective is always helpful. GPA: 2.87 (46 credits) sGPA: 2.00 (one science course) I know that straight A's are not out of the picture, and could raise my GPA to a 3.5 in two years with a 4.00. Currently registered for pre-calc, intro chem, psychology, and other general requirements. Planning on getting volunteer hours, and have done two days of shadowing with an orthopedic surgeon. There is no excuse for my immature approach to university. I spent a lot of time in the library reading material that was not related to my classes. (Researching the origins of public school and university in America; eugenics) The damage is done, but I'm willing to do everything and anything to go to med school. Please feel free to offer your most brutally honest opinions with regard to my chances of med school. Thank You!