I currently have a low sci gpa of 3.11. If this semester goes according to plan (which it is so far) I'll have an A in Ochem 1, and a B in physics 1. Which will bring my sci gpa up to a 3.2 I have 3 C's on my transcript, Calc 1 (retook to earn an A-), calc 2, and Bio 3 orgnanismal biology. I also got AP credit for my General bio 1 and 2 classes, so I dont get any grades for that. Earned a B in chem 1, 3 credits, (w/o lab coz it oculdnt fit in my schedule, had to retake whole class and then earned an A in chem 1 with lab for 4 credits), got a B+ in microbio, and earned an A in engineering calculus. With my 3 C's it really hurts my sci GPA. I was wondering what I would need in order to be competative in the eastern schools around the DC, MD,va, and PA area? My ideal school would be UMaryland Med. If I get a B in all my physics courses, and an A in ochem 1, 2, gen chem 2, and pathogenic micro, then my sci gpa would be a 3.37. Since i am not a science major, these are the extent of the classes I am going to take. My Cum.GPA is a 3.42, and should be a 3.49 after this semester. Anyone have any suggestions? I still have 4 more semesters to go.