Getting my pre-med

<p>Ok, when i was in high school i dident really take it serious, but ive been working as an EMT for a year now and i think i should go back to school. How hard is pre-med gonna be?</p>

<p>Not that hard. Move back in with your parents and enroll in a post bac program. get good grades and study for the mcat. success</p>

<p>but i was pretty lazy on all my bios and chems, how far behind am i gonna be</p>

<p>"not that hard" That might be a presumptious statement. Not everyone can go thru the rigors of a post bac program well enough to catch the attn of med school admissions. </p>

<p>Your best bet would be to look at area colleges and programs for people in your situation. FYI: I have good friend who was an EMT, then got a nursing degree. It wasn't enough for him and he went back and got his post-bacs out of the way and applied to and was accepted at Mich State's Med school. He's now practicing.</p>

<p>I would say it is hard, since the goal is to get very high GPA. You can attend classes, pay all the $$ for them and do nothing and get your "C"'s and "B"'s and have no chance at being accepted to Med. School. However, I got an impression, that it is not what you wnat. With the goal of GPA = 3.7 -4.0, you will not have a chance to be lazy.</p>