Hello I came across this forum and decided I should take a leap to ask for some advice. I am currently in college as a pre-med student and biology major yet I keep hitting these brick walls with my classes. I love biology everything about the subject interests me yet I have had a bad 1st, 2nd and now 3rd year. My 1st year I took Chem 200(Gen. Chem) worked really hard and received an F then took a Calculus class receiving the same grade. I retook both classes changed my study technique and sought out even more tutoring and received a C in both classes. After that I proceeded to take the next level of Gen Chem in which I recieved a C- which was too low for the university I attend so I had to retake it and recently received a C. However I also took Biology at the same time and while I studied constantly and tried all the tutoring I could get I still received an F in lecture and a 75/100 in lab. So now must retake that class. I also took the second level calculus class in summer but did not pass it. I took it at a community college but did not transfer the grade over to the university transcript so I am not sure if Med schools still somehow recieve that or not but I plan on taking it along with Bio in the spring. You can probably see my dilemma and the trend of me having to retake all of my science classes so far. I know I understand the material because I always do well in the labs but they just don't hold much weight in the grade. Right now my GPA is at a low 2.45 and I just reached the amount of units to be a Junior but won't be graduating anytime soon. What are my chances or options for getting into med school. I am an extremely hard worker and will do anything I can to improve my overall and science GPA.