WAMC Low GPA/High MCAT & URM

Hi everyone! Want to say thanks for the help in advance. I've been reading these forums and finally made an account because I'm gearing up to apply this cycle. It's difficult for me to gauge where I stand because my Gpa is not good but my MCAT is great and I'm URM and I am not sure how much one will offset the other. GPA: cGPA 3.42/ sGPA 3.33 w/ mild-mod upward trend (took a ton of units so it was difficult to raise, but I also have not been getting straight 4.0's or... WAMC Low GPA/High MCAT &URM
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