Have an Answer?
Shane Eugene Mass
If there's one thing I've ever learned in my lifetime, It's this "IT'S NEVER TOO LATE!". If you are serious about this now and are ready to commit then let's get you on the right path.
1.We need to consider if this is really what you want.
2.Develop a long and short term plan.
3.consider all options, including career paths to doctor. Such as Nurse Practitioner or Physicians Assistant.
4.Let's look at your GPA and consult with your advisor on what to do and how to get the GPA higher, if anything.
This is a huge undertaking. Let take it one step at a time and rebuild your path or consider specialized opportunities as mentioned in #3.