Hi, I was a berkeley science grad a couple years ago that unfortunately didn't take my undergrad too seriously. A month before my MCATs I had to be hospitalized for an illness, but I didn't want to waste my efforts studying so I took it anyways. It was probably a bad idea because I wasn't able to offset my horrible, horrible, GPA. Please try not to be too underwhelmed by these numbers. cGPA: 3.0 sGPA: 2.9 MCAT: 32 (BS 10, PS 11, V 11) While an undergrad, I had worked in a couple leadership and supervisory positions. I've attended conferences as one of the presentation speakers, and won a few regional awards. (In retrospect, I really shouldn't have missed so many classes.) As an EC, I participated in a group sport. Presently, I'm planning on retaking my MCATs and attending graduate school. I'm also volunteering at a teaching hospital for some clinical experience. I guess the crux of my problem is that I know that my numbers aren't very good but I'm pretty miserable in grad school. Is there any way I could leave without ruining what I've been trying to improve? What are my odds at present?