So this is my dilemma. I am film major (BFA), have a cumulative GPA of 2.97 and my Science GPA is about 2.7. I will admit that I wasn't really interested in med school initially and took the classes to satisfy my parents. But i really want to join now. I took the MCAT twice and both times landed a 19. I dont have any medical experience whatsoever and I have been working in film for over 7 years now as a writer for various TV shows and directors (Currently working on Archie Comics movie adaptations script). My premed advisor wont write a committee letter because "I am not a worthy candidate." I am not stupid at all, just made a couple of bad decisions that I regret and I am more than willing to make up for it. Do they have medical schools in the US that allow students like me in for a trial semester to see if I am any good? Also, with these scores, what should I do with the Caribbean school? It might seem that I am too involved in film, but the reason is that I am a very good writer and it was my bread and butter for years. I am very interested in medical school not for the typical reasons to help people, money, etc..but because I am fascinated by the human body and want to learn how far the limits of a human body can go..I would love to hear your feedback. Thanks.