Why did you find it easier to do well in dental school?Look at it from a pragmatic approach. If you haven't applied to dental school, I would suggest not taking a lot of courses that could tank your gpa. If you have already applied, just pass with a C or better, but this depends on the admission criteria/terms of acceptance (i.e do they want you to pass all your remaining classes, do they want you to maintain the GPA, get your degree, etc...) If they want you to maintain your GPA, just take easy underwater basketweaving classes. That courseload is easier than dental school, but I find that its easier to do well in dental school than in undergrad.
I found it easier since a lot of the prereq courses overlap the dental school courses. It's like you are seeing them a second time. Also, dental school is way more focused, so everything meshes together and eventually forms one cohesive system of interconnected knowledge. At some point, your knowledgebase is sufficient that if you didn't know the answer to a question, you can probably deduce your way though it (unless it was pure memorization question), but you can still narrow it down.Why did you find it easier to do well in dental school?
You only have one exam a week in dental school? Holy crap, that would be awesome.I had a similar course load for my last two semesters of UG. I ended up having an exam every week once things picked up, which is how it is at my dental school. It wasn't too difficult, just make sure you manage your time wisely and you will get the grades you want.
That's how it was my first year spring, that one that was really difficult for me. One exam, sometimes two, on Monday or Tuesday. Then we had practicals or projects due later in the week. Once we finished those we went right back to studying for the weekend for the exams.You only have one exam a week in dental school? Holy crap, that would be awesome.