I have a 2.5 GPA. But that's only taking into account I had to retake 2 math classes after getting F's in them. I'm a Junior with 60 credits. It takes 120 to graduate in my school. I changed majors recently from History to BS in Psychology. I had no interest in History and really didn't try hard in the courses. Now that I want to become a Doctor that is coming back to haunt me. I need 75 credits including Pre-med reqs to graduate. Do they count lower math courses. I mean before Pre-calc. In factoring your Science GPA. I failed Intermediate course in Alegbra but than retook it and got a B. I also got a B in Bio 100 and 100L. I also got an F in Precal because it was a class my parents forced me to take in the Summer and well I just didn't show up to class. What should I do? Considering I failed 2 courses my AAMC is only going o be 2.25 tops and even if I got straight A's from now on out I'm only going to be able to raise my GPA to 3.4ish. Should I consider a SMP instead? Do SMP require that you take all the pre-med Requirements. If I don't I can graduate 1 semester earlier. Though if I have to finish my pre-med reqs I would stay the extra semester. I'm not sure of whether I should try to boost my GPA or just go for an SMP at Georgetown. Also I don't have any Clinical/Research experience as of now. Should I get it now or later? In regards to the Research experience does it have to be in the Sciences? Could Psychology research suffice?