Hello all, I recently graduated from undergraduate college, and while I was in college my grades were ok - I made a fair number of As but also flaked on some other classes - basically I wasn't dedicated about school and I wasn't sure about what I wanted to do. (GPA around 3.3) Medicine has been in my mind but now I know it's really what I want to do. I know I need to take some post-bacc classes, but given that, do I still have a shot at med school? Dare I aspire to attend a CA school? (I am a CA resident) I am feeling pretty demoralized about my academic record hindering me like a ball-and-chain. Is it true, then, that post-bacc GPAs are calculated separately from your undergrad? If so, how much weight is given to the post-bacc as opposed to the undergrad one? I know there are people who have flunked out of classes like o-chem and still get into top schools (though I'm sure those ppl aren't the majority) -- so does that mean I have some hope? Thanks for the advice.