I have a few questions about this. First, I am a hard science major and some of my friends are soft science or not science at all premeds. I'm afraid my overall GPA will be lower than theirs and medical schools will see that, passing me up for them. Additionally, for required premed courses, I've noticed my college is 'harder' than some other colleges in my state. For example, my friend who goes to a different college was also in ochem II was learning stuff in her class that I learned early in ochem I. Additionally, my college is the only one I've heard of in my state that takes a cumulative, two semester final for chemistry classes (ACS, if you're familiar). I feel like it's not fair that other premed students don't have to take a final over two semesters and they are learning stuff at a slower pace. Is my major hurting my chances? Will my undergraduate help me (because medical schools know its harder) or will it hurt me (because our average grades are lower than our counterparts)? Please let me know, I am trying to figure out what to do.