I effed up pretty badly in college, having taken sweet eight years to complete my bachelor's in science degree, with a GPA of 2.4 to show for it. But hey, I played around with boys and learned to drink like hell, so that can keep me warm at night, NOT. Ugh, I was a tool for having been so cavalier about my education. To my credit, though, I screwed up at a name-brand college, which really only makes me feel worse. I have not taken the MCAT yet, planning to do that in January 2007. So I signed up for some basic science classes-- Orgo I, II, Human Physiology I, II at my local community college this semester. Am I just wasting my time, taking it at the community college? Even if I do well, I don't want someone looking at my transcript, and thinking, "Oh, she couldn't hack it at XXX, she thinks she's hot stuff now that she's doing well at a COMMUNITY college." Classes don't start until August 21, so I still have time to cancel my registration. Honestly, I've been depressed and witless about this. Can someone share any relevant advice? My goal is to get into the SMP at Gtown or Master's in Medical Science at BU, but am I kidding myself about this? I'm not sure I would qualify for a post-bac program, since I've already taken all the science prereqs, as my loud C's and D's on my transcript will attest. Am I just delusional in thinking I still have a glimmer of a chance? Please give it to me straight.