Hi all. I just graduated from the University of Colorado with a 3.4 in integrative physiology and a Spanish minor. MCAT is 30. I have done two years of volunteering at the local hospital, worked in a medical office last summer, coached high school cross country and track. As far as making myself interesting, I ran my first marathon and qualified for the Boston Marathon. I also spent a semester in Spain immersed in the culture and the language. Also a member of the national college scholar society. What do y'all think my chances are of getting into an allopathic (MD) program? Also, as a last hope effort, what is the common thought on medical schools in the caribbean? Any suggestions also greatly appreciated, thanks! Let me know if anyone has or knows anyone with similar stats and what their experience was. Also, as demographics do play a role, I am a 22 year old white male. As far of LOR, I have two lined up from two very reputable orthopedic surgeons.