So I've recently decided that medical school is something I want to pursue. I did my undergrad in Psychobiology but I never really cared too much about my grades and did a lot of partying. Considering all that, my grades are decent. I had a 3.5 but my science GPA is like a 3.1/3.2. However, I did graduate in 3.5 years (and its a top university in the state), was the Community Service VP of my Community Service frat (that I was in all 4 years in college) and I currently volunteer doing outreach for an AIDS service organization. I have past research experience but it was in 2005 but the program was extremely competitve to get into. I worked in the top Neuroendocrinology lab in the country (or so I'm told). Also, I started my MPH this spring. To get in to med school, I will need to take physics but I have all the other pre-reqs. I should be able to knock out both semesters of physics this summer between the 2 sessions offered. I generally do decently on standardized tests but have yet to take an MCAT so I have no idea. In addition, I think it would be a good idea to start volunteering at a local hospital...unless I have enough volunteering already?
Now my question, How good are my chances of getting into medical school? Also, how many med schools do people usually apply to? Will I be able to apply for med school for next year if I'm taking physics over the summer?
Sorry if this is the most obnoxious post ever. I just never had any pre-med advising and so feel completely lost.