Hey all. I am a Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Major at a fairly respectable school. My current overall GPA is 3.96+ and major GPA is 3.90+. I have most of the common Pre-Med requirements out of the way, except for 2 Biology classes which I will complete this Fall (Organismal and Cell Biology). I might need to take an additional writing-intensive class, but I am not worried about that. Although I've received an AP credit for Gen Chem 1, my major being Chemical Engineering allowed me to compensate for it. On a side note, I am currently doing a research project on-campus for a couple of months and volunteering at a relatively big hospital. With that being said, would it be wise to keep the GPA higher than 3.90 by the time I submit my AMCAS? Or does it really not matter at that level? I feel like I need to slow down at this point and rejuvenate myself. I would like to do an internship by taking a gap semester and try to enjoy the last phase of my college life. Argh.. guess not I still need to study for MCAT! What are some unique opportunities out there that I can do to strengthen my CV? Thanks.