I'm asking for honest (please don't be too harsh..) advice here. Honestly, I've always questioned if I had what it takes to me a doctor. From the criticism I've received on my overall "application" (minus my mcat, more on that later), I have a great overall application on paper. However, I'm stuck on the mcat. It's a bear of a test that I can't seem to get past. I've postponed it twice now. This alone has me questioning everything. It makes me wonder if I can't do this, how could I possibly pull off the usmle? Confidence is a huge issue here. I almost feel like the fear of doing poorly on this test is crippling me. Money is obviously a concern here but I don't think it's more of a concern for me than it is for anyone else. I'm most interested in primary care fields, I always have been. I've read a lot on here about how the PA/NP route is good if you're gunning for primary care. But, I tried the nursing thing once, it didn't work out. I knew I'd never be happy just being an RN. I always wanted to do so much more during my clinicals than I was doing. The idea of better hours in general does appeal to me as well. My fiancé said he wouldn't want me to just settle for anything just because I am unsure of myself. In a sense, I am asking almost what should I do. I know none of you can answer that for me, but i just need advice. Can I make it past the mcat?