This question is specifically aimed at adcoms if they can please provide some input. Thank you If an applicants academic career consisted of quite a few C's, a couple of F's and that was during the first couple of years and they then do some DIY and utilize grade replacement effectively throughout the rest of their undergrad, is that looked down upon? I ask this because I recently spoke to an advisor at my school and he told me that Even though there's grade replacement the osteopathic schools look at the whole transcript and academic history of an applicant and may look down upon the many C's and couple of F's I may have had, even though the I utilized grade replacement and improved afterwards. I'm just worried because I feel like I'm doing all this grade replacement for no reason. I understand the schools see my whole academic history regardless and see my original grades and then my retakes but I was just hoping they would see the reinvention and grade replacement as a good initiative to improve. Please if anyone can provide some input, I would appreciate it. Thank you. Also if you need more clarification let me know, I tried my best to make it clear.