Hi everyone, I am in my last year of undergrad. I'm a Biology major, originally planned on going to medical school, but got discouraged along the way. My GPA is not great- about a 3.4. I have mostly B's in science classes but also a few C's. I have tried to take organic chemistry and physics, however I freaked out after not doing well the first month and dropped them (I have bad anxiety issues). I am not great at chemistry (got a B- both semesters in general chemistry) and I have never taken physics before. It sounds like another language to me. So I am terrified of taking them and not doing well. I'm planning on finishing out my Biology degree (non pre-med) at my college. I will graduate in May, however I feel like I might still want to go to med school. I am at a loss as to what else to do after I get my Bachelor's. Medical school has always been my plan since I was a kid. I was wondering if anyone had any advice. I have been thinking of taking the physics and organic chemistry after I graduate (maybe at a community college near me). Would this be a bad idea? I've heard that medical schools look down on this? Is it even worth trying to take the MCATS and apply given my mediocre grades? I'm really discouraged and feel like I've failed. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks a lot!