Hi everyone! So I was talking to a few friends who are also applying this cycle and some expressed concern that I'm applying with only two years of undergraduate work without being in one of those "accelerated" programs. I was just wondering if anyone had some insight on whether I should be worried about this? I WILL be completing a bachelors degree (BS in Bio) this spring before matriculation. Basically, I'm graduating in three years because I had AP and dual credit out my ears, which backfired in the end since I didn't qualify for one of those 3+4 programs because I had too many hours as a freshman to apply. Also as a result of being a nerd in high school, a lot of the prereq classes are in the form of AP credit (gen chem, physics, english, etc.) Do schools look down on this? I had the option of repeating them, but chose not to. My GPA could always use a boost so I'm kicking myself right now (for a couple of B's I got in dual credit because I was a lazy bum in high school as well). Unfortunately, I don't have that many advanced science classes under my belt as of yet since I'm taking them all now during my senior year and my first two years were introductory and intermediate leading up to what I'm taking now. I know schools loves seeing upper level sciences, will they take into account that I'm going to have had these classes, or is it a because I didn't have them at the time of application? So pretty much I'm wondering if I have a shot this year, or if I should have saved my money and waited for next cycle when my transcripts and EC's are a little more impressive. I see so many amazing people on SDN with lists of accomplishments about a mile long and it makes me wonder why I'm even bothering right now BUT you can see what I've done in my predents profile over there <-------- A little background... I'm 19, a Texas resident, and I am only applying to the three Texas schools (Baylor, SA, Houston). I see people here applying to 20+ schools so I'm really starting to second-guess that decision too. I just really had no desire to leave Texas . I'm assuming its too late to make my list longer now! Stats: app submitted: 7/6, transmitted: 7/20, DAT received: 7/27 23 AA / 21 TS / 22 PAT. oGPA 3.62 / scienceGPA 3.51 Any idea how long until interviews come, God willing?