<p>So, I heard recently this from a fellow student who was in one of my classes and I didn't know if I should believe, although, I want more information for a friend of mine (if it's true).</p>
<p>So, this girl was telling me that she's only going to get her associates at the community college and get all pre-reqs for medical schools and prep for the MCAT. Is it really possible to go to med school this way? Without a bachelors, but with all pre-reqs?
The argument this girl used especially was due to the fact that people who do not get into medical school, they go back to community colleges to retake courses and raise their GPA, something we actually see a lot at our school. There are also those older students who do this, even though they got a completely unrelated bachelor 50ish years ago or International students who have a bachelor in their countries (or none) and come here, do the pre-reqs and apply to US Med schools.</p>
<p>So is that really possible? If is, what are your chances, really?</p>