This past week I've been going through a reality check which has got me thinking whether I should stick with my pre-med career path. I am currently a sophomore, I attended a state school last year and transferred over to another school this year. My freshman year I had a GPA of 3.7, and did well in my science classes. However, upon transferring my classes aren't going so well here. I have had two quarters of organic chemistry and each quarter I've barely passed (C's). I'm taking another quarter right now which isn't looking much better. My focus on orgo has taken away from my focus on biology and I've gotten two C's in my biology classes. My school is recognized arguably for having very difficult orgo classes. My current GPA at my new school is a 2.7. I feel so hopeless since I know I need to be in the 3.5 range. I'm currently getting involved in research and hope to shadow and do a lot of volunteering this summer. Is there still a chance for me in terms of a decent medical school? I feel like it'd be a good direction for me, but despite being determined, I don't know whether to read my failure to perform well as a sign that I might not be successful in this field. Thoughts? Your replies are very appreciated.