SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Does it really matter where I go for undergrad? I didn't have a good high school experience, so am not going to get into the top schools out there. I'm in my senior year now and I am doing well so I know I will be able to pursure a career in medicine by working hard. I am just worried, that if I go to a lower tier school, that my med school admission will be limited. Is that true? If I do very well at a lower tier school will it make me a competitive med school candidate or am I better off transferring after the first or second year? Thanks for any input, I just want to make the best decision now and not have to correct it later.