Hi all, I am struggling to come up with an appropriate way to explain a 2 year (4 semester) period of low B's, C's, a D, and several withdrawals. This happened during my junior and senior years of undergrad when I was having some mental health issues (and immaturity issues). These grades combined with my better ones from the first 2 years left me with a cGPA of 3.37. I decided I wanted to go to medical school later after graduation and took the rest of the medical pre-reqs (the only thing I'd taken in undergrad was Bio 1). I did much better with a post-bacc GPA of 3.89. Unfortunately, a few of these classes were at a community college, which I know they don't like, but I also had some from 4-yr schools. I think a 2-yr period is too long not to address, as it will make me look like someone who just can't handle upper-level coursework. But I'm afraid that citing mental health issues as the only cause will seem insufficient for a period that long. Is is a bad idea to also say I was simply immature? How honest are people when it comes to explaining low grades? Any suggestions or tips from others would be much appreciated, thank you!