i am a junior, but i switched from premed to something else back to premed, so i am taking chem 102, and the first part of org. chem together, along with a 4 cr. animal phys class and another easy nonscience class. the thing is, i have b in organic right now, but it's b/c i had an a on the first test by blowing off studying for chem 102 and only studying org and anim phys. so i had an a on the org test, a b on the animal phys, and a 70 on the first chem 102 test. we just got back our 2nd org test and i had a 66 percent. We get to drop one test. But i feel like i am always robbing peter to pay paul- my chem 102 grade is a c, my animal phys is a b, and organic is a b right now, but i am afraid that if they get worse i won't get into med school. Yet, if i were to drop something, i would have too few credits to make a med school think i could handle the workload. I could drop something and spend an extra semester and get away with telling a medschool- with switching so late in college i had to spend an extra semester. However, my mother is dying of cancer and she has said that all she wants is to see me graduate before she dies, and if i took that extra semester she probably wouldn't, and i just couldn't dissapoint her like that. so now i am left with dropping or not and seeing if i could hang in there. My professor in organic thinks i can handle it, but i am not so sure. What do you all think?