After finishing final exams for the first semester of my junior year, I'm not feeling very confident that my grades will be suitable for medical school. I'm looking for some advice as to whether my stats are decent enough to keep trying for med school, or if I should quit before my GPA drops too low for any other options. My grades: Gen Chem: A both semesters Orgo: AB 1st semester, B 2nd semester Biology: B lecture, A lab Physics: most likely a B, not sure yet Cum: 3.74 since last semester, don't know science GPA Major: Medical History, concentration of Bioethics I've also taken an immunology and a pathology course, As for both but AMCAS may put these in the "health" category not "bio." My biggest concern is physics and 2nd sem. Orgo. My biology B occurred before I decided to apply to med school (I wanted to be malpractice defense attorney when I came to college). Physics was non-calc based too, which makes it worse. I also work two jobs, around 30hrs/week, which may have affected my semester grades. Will committees take this into consideration? I work as a phlebotomist and in a cardiovascular research lab (small staff, very hands on). Other ECs unremarkable. I plan to take time off after graduation to improve my chances -- but have my Bs done too much damage? Thanks for any help that you can offer!