Help, I need some advise. When I first entered college I was not a very good student, but it was not for the lack of trying, I worked full time and tried to go to school 19 hours a week. Haha. Well. I became very sick and just stopped going (did not withdraw). Needless to say, I failed everyting. In doing that, I quit college altogether, and joined the military. Now, five years later, I know what I want to do, be an osteopathic doctor. I am a surgical tech and an NREMT in the reserves, I work full time, a member of the Society of women engineers (a student of course), part of Mu Alpha Theta ( a society for mathematical acheivment), a member of Phi Theta kappa, with a gpa of 3.45. However, the college I go to now did not transfer the old bad grades in, and I have not taken the classes over. How is this going to affect my chances. I have not taken the MCAT because I'm not sure if I'll just be wasting my money. I not sure if I can make the cut. Some advise please.