SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hey you guys. I'm going to be a senior this upcoming fall. I am a premed currently majoring in a non science major. I wanted to know whether it would be worth it for me to change my major from my current non science major, Health Systems management, to bio. My overall GPA as of now is a 3.2. My science gpa is a 2.74 (2.94 BCPM). I can complete a science major by the end of senior year. If I were to go this route, I can raise my science gpa to a 3.4ish by the time the cycle for applications begin. Should I do it? My back up is podiatry school if med doesn't work out, but what do you guys think? Is it even possible for me to get into medical school with that science gpa? My overall gpa would even out to around that range as well (a 3.4).