Ok to start off with, I have to express that I know college is a huge difference than high school. But is there anyone here that struggled with high school and still chose pre-med? I am a senior in high school and I have been getting A's in school since I can remember and I've always had extrememly challenging classes. This year I decided to buckle down and take AP Chemistry, AP Biology, along with an AP Stats class and a few others, but those are my hardest. If you guys are not familiar with AP Classes, they are freshman level courses taught in the high school. We use freshman college books and move at the speed of a college course (or close to). I study so much and try extrememly hard and I still end up with bad grades in AP Chemistry and AP Stats. I just don't understand the concepts easily. Its honestly pushing me away from doing pre-med because I dunno if I have the ability to do college chemistry courses. Just curious on your guys thoughts.