Alright so i've been freaking out hearing about how much people have done etc. (AKA: Freshman planning out their entire lives up until the MCAT etc etc.) I decided to go to med school for sure like beginning of last semester (i'm a junior). I just need someone to tell me im ok, or i've got a decent chance or I need to work harder etc. Here's what I got so far: GPR: ~3.9 currently, studying for the MCAT right now. Research: -Did research/was student worker at the local cyclotron with a research group for almost 2 years. -Was in the MD Anderson summer research program for college students in the Houston Med. Center -Planning on doing a undergraduate senior thesis fellowship research program next (senior) year, but this is after I apply so im not sure if they will take this into account. ExtraCurricular: -Honorary member in premed society and the local Cancer Society groups -in AMSA premed chapter -Phi Kappa Phi Community Service: -Very involved with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Texas, mentor program for underprivaledged kids -HOSTS (Helping One Student To Succeed) basically tutor kids at the local. -Some small various activities Medical Experience: -Here is where I start to dwindle...I am currently volunteering at the ER of a local hospital, and have shadowed one doctor before, but thats about it. Leadership: -Secretary of my dorm's Hall Council Committee -?!?! So bottom line is: I barely have any medical/leadership since I only recently decided I wanted to go to medical school, and wasnt able to get any leadership positions, and am only now doing any medical work. Got 2 decent letter sources, but still trying to figure out the third. Guess I just need to hear it, since im getting pretty discouraged, and want to know what my chances are. Thanks for reading!