Hello everyone, I am new to the forum when it comes to posting (not reading) and would like some advice on my chances of getting into medical school. I am 22 y/o and am currently entering my third professional year in pharmacy school. This means that I have 1 more year after this one before I will graduate with my PharmD. I am wanting to attend medical school after I graduate from pharmacy school in May 2003. I have all the pre-med requirements completed except physics II which I will take on top of 18 hours in the school of pharmacy this fall semester. I have a 3.95/4.0 GPA and have worked as an intern in a pharmacy for the last 2 years (which means I can perform all the tasks a R.ph can except it must be under their supervision). My experience as an intern has allowed me to interact with many different healthcare professionals as well as provided me with ample patient contact. The latter part contributing to my decision to pursue medicine. I have yet to take the MCAT but scored in the 90 percentile on the PCAT. The path I am taking I don't think is very common so I was wondering if anyone else out there is or has done what I am attempting to do. In addition, do you guys think that getting a doctorate in pharmacy will help my chances of getting in or do you think the AdComm will frown on someone who has left one profession for another? Thank you for your thoughts! P.S. What are your opinions on Pres. Bush's prescription drug plan for seniors (i.e. presciption drug discount cards)?