I have a lot of questions about medical school. Right now, I am halfway through my junior year at the Ohio State University. I wanted to go to medical school coming into college, but my grades haven't been nearly up to par as I want. I find college much harder. I had a couple questions about GPA. Do medical schools look at your GPA at your primary college or do they combine your GPA with classes and grades you took at other colleges? Right now, my Ohio State GPA is awful: between a 3.1 and 3.2. But, I have taken 2 summer quarters at Wright State University and I have gotten a 4.00 there with about 25 credit hours. Would medical schools look just at my Ohio State GPA or do they combine my Ohio State and Wright State GPA even though my Wright State classes are transfer credits to Ohio State. My Wright State classes include a lot of science classes as I took 3 physics classes there and an Organic Chemistry class there and got all A's. Also, do medical schools look at the college you went to? I found Wright State to be extremely easy and Ohio State is very difficult for me as Ohio State is known to have pretty difficult science classes. I plan on taking 2 more quarters of classes before I apply and I plan on taking my MCAT's in May. Does anyone have any advice for me and answers to the questions I asked. I had an awful freshman year at Ohio State gradewise, but have shown improvement in my grades since, but I know I have a long way to go.