Hello, I am a student at one of the top 25 universities in the nation. I transferred from a community college, where I had a GPA of 4.0. However, in the school that I'm going to right now, I only have a GPA of 2.98, with GPA in Biology of 2.25 only(my major). I met my advisor(not my pre-med advisor) today, and he tells me that medical schools will only look at my current university GPA and how I am doing in my major. Is that true??? I calculated my GPA for 4 years, which includes classes that I took at the community college, and it comes out to be 3.5. My science GPA is about 3.6. So, my question is, will they include classes that I took at the community college to calculate my final GPA? Thanks in advance.