Hello, I'm looking to applying to some post-bacc programs after an unsuccessful application process to medical schools this year. I know I'm probably a bit late in applying to post-bacc programs, but I think I'll take my chances, seeing as how desperate I am getting. I have some questions, though, that I hope you all can answer. Also, when I'm talking about post-bacc programs they will have to be programs that are geared to strengthening my application, since I have already taken all the basic science preqrequisite courses. (I understand some post-bacc programs require that you have not taken the basic science courses yet.) 1) What good post-bacc programs are there that will give students guaranteed admission into their medical school? I of course understand that this will come with factors, such as being the top #% of the class. 2) What post-bacc programs are not too late to apply to at this point? So far all I know of is Georgetown. 3) I'm a bit confused as to how Georgetown helps strengthen your application. I understand that if you are accepted to their program they want you to apply to medical schools (AMCAS) before you begin their program in August. This way you will hopefully be able to start medical school right after you're done with Georgetown. So that means that I'll be applying to medical school with all the same statistics as this year (bad GPA, low MCAT score). Of course there will be one addition to the application, that I'm in the Georgetown program. How exactly will this increase my chances of getting interviews with medical schools? Do I send them my first semester grades from Georgetown right after I get them, and hope to get late interviews for medical school? I currently have an undergrad GPA 3.0 and MCAT 27O. Do you think I should be retaking the MCAT before I apply to medical schools again this summer, while (hopefully) being in a postbacc program? Obviously, I'm confused on the whole timing factor. Thank you!