I'm currently a post-bac student and I was hoping that someone could answer an admission question I have. I have had good grades as a post bac (3.7 BCPM GPA in the 35 or so units I have taken since completing my undergrad degree). Unfortunately I made some poor marks when I was an undergrad when I took a handful of science/math classes, and they are still weighing down my BCPM GPA. It looks like I will have an overall BCPM (undegrad + postbac) GPA of about 3.3-3.4 by the time I am done with postbac and ready to apply to medical school. My understanding is that most medical schools set a minimum level for GPA and MCAT and don't even look at applications that don't meet the minimum level. Does this mean that my application would just get tossed by any school whose cutoff I didn't meet? Or is there a way that they look at postbac applicants differently so that they have a chance to be competitive to high level medical schools if they did very well as a postbac after having somewhat mediocre science/math marks as an undergrad?