- Feb 4, 2012
I'm having a really hard time trying to make A's in my science classes. I already have some C's in most of my pre-reqs for med school and I'm about to make a C in Organic chemistry. I currently have a 2.75 science gpa. Taking a C in orgo this semester would mean that I would have to make all A's in the rest of my pre-reqs to have a 3.0 science gpa for med school applications. Making all A's would be near impossible and that would cause me to have below a 3.0 science gpa. I'm a junior and I'm running out of time and options. I'm not interested in post baccalaureate programs and I would like to apply to med school my senior year. How can I still be a good applicant for Osteopathic schools with these type of grades? Any advice would be appreciated.