Hey y'all. Desperate for some advice International, black premed at a top 5 undergrad school with a 2.9 sGPA and 3.16 cGPA. Everything was salvageable up until the last quarter of sophomore year where I had a 2.4 GPA (took too many science classes and had way way too many other non-academic commitments that I spent too much time on). Grade trend is as follows Freshman: 2.9/3.8(!a bunch of humanities classes!)/3.02 Sophomore: 2.4(summer. dipped on a few classes but clerical errors gave me a D in one I wanted to withdraw)/3.4/3.4/2.4(ouchhh) Academic problem areas: C+ in Engineering calculus (hurts sGPA) C+ then B- in Bioengineering class (not an engineering major anymore) B- in third quarter of Bio (B and A- in first two quarters of Bio) B- in Chem Lab 1 C- in Chem Lecture 2 Extracurriculars: >500 hrs social activism (not formally organised) 320 hrs research (by the end of this summer + probable second/third/fourth.. authorship ) 96 hrs Patient Navigator at Free Clinic Other varied service things. Generally not long-term commitments (~100 hrs). Basically trying to decide if I should still push premed or switch to something else (CS masters). Shadowed an endocrinologist every weekend for three years in high school, but now at this point and not sure if trad route is still possible, and not willing to be a nontrad for personal/family reasons. What do you all think? I need a bit of guidance. I'm fine applying anywhere, but idek if St. George's would take me at this point.