My impression is that you have to do pretty bad to get your acceptance revoked. I doubt making mostly B's would do that. Besides it probably won't even hurt your overall GPA that much b/c by that point you have so many hours that its hard to change it much. Its probably a good idea to at least take it a little easy because you don't get a lot of time once you matriculate.sk1684 said:i was wondering if i could take it easy this sem. Will i be okay if i get mostly Bs? In other words do schools revoke acceptances if you don't do as well this last sem.? Current med students' feedback would be great here.
That's not true. Just get 2.0 or above that quarter and you shall be fine.AStudent said:B's are fine, feel free to take easy classes.
DON'T fail or get lower than a B- though or medical schools can and WILL drop you from an entering class.
Yep, just pass. they aren't going to go drop your acceptance unles you fail. Have a fun semester.xadmin said:That's not true. Just get 2.0 or above that quarter and you shall be fine.
sk1684 said:so i just got all of my grades for this semester (my last of ugrad). I got all As and A-s and one C. i am still on the Dean's list for this sem. and my overall GPA hasn't dropped drastically. So i was wondering if med schools would still object to the C??? will they revoke my acceptance?? please i need some reassurance. i could technically improve my grade by redoing the final paper for the course...but i have too much going on to give it more time...
mine did not say this,Mr. Seeds said:I *think* it depends on the school. Tulane said in their acceptance letter that you need to graduate with a GPA comparible with the GPA listed in you AMCAS.
They don't use your GPA against you in the final semester, so don't worry about it. You can make all C's and it won't matter.sk1684 said:i was wondering if i could take it easy this sem. Will i be okay if i get mostly Bs? In other words do schools revoke acceptances if you don't do as well this last sem.? Current med students' feedback would be great here.
DrThom said:Wake said I could get away with 1 C....and I am just planning on doing that...
I talked to the lady that answers the phones. I think she is getting sick of me calling (This is the third day in a row). I asked exactly what they meant by "your acceptance is contingent on continued satisfactory academic performance"sk1684 said:hmm...who did you talk to? I just called Wake today asking them if they looked down upon Cs. and they said that Cs don't matter. As long as i get my bachelor's degrees i should be fine. It sounds like they gave you a stricter reponse than they gave me. I too have one C and am wondering if i should work harder to improve it.