ok..so here's the run down... I go to UConn, and today I had my Physics exam and let's just say it did not go so great..I got a 27 and there's no curve in the class..so i'm stuck with it, and it's 15% of the entire grade. I KNOW i could've scored an A, but I procrastinated, and didn't learn the material fast enough. freshman year gpa's fall:3.4 spring: 3.5 summer: ( i took bio 1 and 2, got a B, and then a C+ accordingly) sophmore year gpa fall: took a leave of abscense due to medical reasons, so i ended up with all W's. spring: (now) I know I'm going to get A's in my 2 other classes..but physics I feel like i'm going to get a B or B+ at most, which would put my gpa at about 3.3. and also, I plan on graduating in 5 years anyhow, I am so determined to put 110% into all my studies , and seriously get A's from here on out, I just hope that getting a B in physics won't demolish my chances for getting into medschool right after graduating. I hate to be one of those premeds who chase around grades driving them selves insane bc I'm really not. I'm a hardworker, and my passion is medicine, it's just that I don't really feel too confident right now. Anyhow, any tips on how you guys may have had a rough beginning in college but worked your butts off and are in medschool or a premed like me would be greatly appreciated. wow, I really hate making a thread which states all this..but hopefully I can get some positive feedback.