I just graduated with my bachelor's degree in psychology. I originally started out pre-med but hit a few bumps in the road and changed career paths. I'm contemplating grad school in clinical psych but I am also really leaning towards changing paths back to medical school for psychiatry. The question is, what would be the best way to go about doing this? Since I already graduated, I'm not sure what happens now. I know I can take the majority of the pre-reqs at my community college and then transfer to the 4 year school I just graduated from to finish all the others (if necessary). The thing is, I already started taking some of the pre-reqs when I first started college (chemistry sequence, bio sequence) but I lacked direction and motivation (and was really homesick/depressed) and am not particularly happy with my grades in those courses. Can I just start over at the community college and take those pre-reqs again? I'm just unsure how to go about this? I will be working full time and taking the pre-reqs part time.
Note: I do realize medical school is something you do not decide to do on a whim which is why I graduated with psychology and changed my major. I realize now that medicine is really my passion and because I know this now I am willing to do whatever it takes. I realize that even after all of this I may not be accepted and my plan B will be to go to graduate school for clinical psychology.