I have graduated college from a prestigious university. I applied to medical school and did not get in my first time around an decided to take 2 years off to reapply. My MCAT score of 29 isn't bad and my recommendations and EC acitivities are abundant. The bane of my application as I've concluded must be my pre-medical courses; C+ in Organic Chemistry and Genetics specifically. Though C+ looks horrible, bear in mind that the course was curved around to a B- (thus, 50% of the students in the course got a B- or lower). Not that medical schools ever care, but I was wondering, now that I graduated and am working FT at a position that will definitely strengthen my application, should I try to remedy these grades and if so, how? My alma mater is far from where I currently live/work but there are other schools around. Should I enroll just enough to retake these courses and do better or accept the grades as they stand and just gain real world practical experience to make up for these grades?