Hey guys, I'm pretty new here and need some help. I did a search on this forum and also went through a few Pharm D to MD threads, but none of them really answers my question. I will be a pharmacist this May and I'm planning to apply for a MD program in the US in 2 years. I have a 3.42 undergrad science GPA with a 3.5 overall gpa. My pharmacy GPA is 3.8, but I know this will not count. I looked at the MCATs and I'm confident that I'll score at least a 32. For ECs, I am the treasurer of student senate, and the president of the personal finance club. I plan to volunteer to give free blood sugar/blood pressure screenings once every month. I'm also involved in another organization for volunteer work. I plan on shadowing 4-5 doctors for a few hours each in the next 2 years. I have no research experience and no other clinical experience. I'll take one class per semester maximum for 4 semesters. My BCPM will be bumped up to a little above a 3.5. Judging from what I just wrote, should I take a science class every semester while working to boost up my BCPM GPA? Any help regarding how to improve my application will be appreciated! Thanks in advance.