I've struggled greatly over the last year of medical school, and am now in my second year. Every other quarter, I have had a failing grade, and this first one of this year I had multiple. I have successfully remediated each time, however, and have not had to repeat a year. I know some schools, if successful remediation occurs, replace your grade, but that is not how I believe it works at my school. How may this impact me in the future? And better yet, can I come back from it? What are the best ways I can damage control? My primary interests right now (which I know are open to change) in order are: 1. PM&R 2. Psychiatry 3. Internal Medicine - possibly to Cardio 4. Anything eventually stemming to Sports Medicine, aside from Family Med Any and all constructive help would be appreciated.