Hi everyone. I'm applying to M.D. schools right now and have no idea how good my chances are for acceptance. I've got a 3.12 GPA (both cumulative and science are roughly equivalent), and a 35 on my MCAT (11B, 10V, 14P). I was a physics major at TCNJ and actually just graduated from my school a year early after a lot of summer courses and AP credits. I'm not sure how much that affects my chances, or if it does at all. In this gap year I'm working a salary job at the hospital lab, and have been shadowing two doctors for 100+ hours the since summer began. I've also done a semester of physics research and plan to return to it at some point in January. I know my GPA sucked, it came primarily from a rough freshmen year where I ended with a 2.7 so I've tried climbing out of it since. Physics diversity? Year early graduation? Good MCAT? I'm banking on entry to one of the Rutgers schools or Cooper (all IS). If someone could shed some light on an anxious soul, it'd be very much appreciated.