hey katie!Originally posted by KatieJune
I have a 3.5 avg gpa and about a 3.35 science gpa. But I'm really worried because I got a C- in Physics 3. Do you think med schools will reject me mainly for this reason?
Your response indicates no thought to my constructive comments. I brought up the issue of priorities and their importance. When you finish puberty and then college, you should have your priorities straignt. I was merely asking the OP to examine her priorities. Priorities are important for any career. I attend what many would consider a top undergrad institution, and my opinion is that it is relatively impossible to get a C in any class if your priorities are straight. I'm not trying to brag, but this is the reason for what others would consider my academic success. I have only received one B in college, and it was simply because my priorities were not straight. My advice to the OP is simply to examine her priorities.Originally posted by Wednesday
BTW Don't listen to The Rock. I C- does not mean you cannot handle med school. I think that's the most ridiculous post I have ever read. You just gotta smile at these people and shake your head.