I'm a Canadian student entering my fifth and final year of undergraduate study. I've changed majors once throughout my undergrad and have spent the last two years taking four courses a semester as opposed to five. I've recently decided to pursue med school, for reasons. I had a GPA of 2.3 in my first year, however I've been on an upward trend from there, getting a 3.9 GPA last year. I'm currently sitting at a GPA of 3.2 overall, however I'll be finished school at the end of Fall. Because I don't feel like I'm adequately prepared or financially ready to handle this years cycle, I'm waiting it out and taking a year off from my studies. Before lurking on this website I've never heard of anything like a postbac or an SMP program before and I was wondering what other Canadian students have done to increase their chances of getting into medical school with a low GPA. Because I enjoy research, I've contemplated attending graduate school, but realistically do I even stand a chance?