Hi Guys, I wanted some feedback on my chances of getting into a good medical school. My first semester in college I did horribly. Got a 2.79, which included 1 A, 1 B and about 3 Cs. That was my wake-up call. I was determined to do better the next semester. The next semester I got a 3.5. This included an A+ in Human Physiology which I was very proud of. I am a hard worker to this day. Dedicated. Studies everyday. I tutor students in my class in biology and chemistry. The thing is though I get A's in all my biology classes and do resonably well in Chemistry (A-, B), the effects of doing well in these classes is exactly cancelled out by not doing well in non-science classses like Political science, history etc. Sophmore year I got 3.0 and 3.2 My overall GPA is 3.2 I have a job in a pharmacy as a pharmacy technician, here I learn a tremendous lot about medication and uses. I volunteer at the hospital, I do some extracurricular activities. The bottom line is I'm a superb science student, but my GPA doesn't reflect that because I'm not as well rounded as I should be. I have junior year and senior year left and I strongly believe that I will get straight A's as I'm working on being a better rounded student. I anticipate that when I apply I may have a 3.4, but there will clearly be an upward trend. I truly think I will do very well on the MCAT since I'm strong in science, English and creative writing. What do you all think.... Do I have a shot at NYU, Columbia or Cornell?