Allright so here is my situation. In my first Fall semester I dropped College Algebra and General Chemistry I. Then in Spring I got a D+ in College Algebra but passed General Chemistry with a B+, so that was good. This semester I had to again drop a class, General Biology I Lab. I am doing great in the class i have a A average so far and 1 test to go. My other classes I am doing great as well, I hopefully will and am planning to pass the semester with straight A's. brining my GPA to 3.38. I will be taking College Algebra again in the Spring, and this time i know I will pass, last time I slacked off after the first test, this time thats not happening. I am just a bit worried because I started off my freshmen year really bad, I regret it so much and am kind of shameful about it. I am doing good now which is what is really good, I am fully focused and fully dedicated to my studies. I just worry what adcoms will think of my first year and how bad I started. I know there is hope, something I will never lose hold of but sometimes its just hard to get past your bad mistakes. What do you all think about this, is your first year looked upon the most? Anyone else in the same situation? Any adivce/comment is appreciated.