Hey everyone, feeling pretty defeated and looking for some advice. I am a graduate student with a non-traditional background for medical school (majored in math but didn't do all the pre-req courses, did well for my program [top 5%]). I planned to finish the rest of my pre-reqs for medical school in graduate school but since transitioning to online learning, I've been struggling a lot. I also have been working on a lot of COVID-related work on top of normal research, which has made keeping up with pre-reqs at a competitive state school nearly impossible. I did well in my pre-reqs before online learning (all As) but since starting online I have done them all pass-fail (gen chem 2 and physics 1 and 2). Next quarter I will complete my last pre-med course (biochem) and I plan to do it graded since I will be done with the major COVID study I am working on.
How badly do these pass/fail pre-reqs hurt my chances at an MD program?
It doesn't tell Adcoms how capable you are.