Hello future doctors! I’ve been secretly viewing posts on SDN since middle school and this is my first post lol. I’m an upcoming senior pre-med at a top 13 public university. So far I have taken Gen chem one and two, bio one and two, anatomy and physiology one, microbiology, precalculus, Calc one, statistics, and I’m currently taking OCHEM one in the summer. I still have to take physics, biochemistry and the second half of OCHEM. The reason for my post is because I’m trying to determine whether or not it would be realistic for me to keep going on my pre-med journey. My science GPA is.... get ready... a 3.05 (overall GPA: 3.43). I know that this is very low and for some reason, I just keep getting B’s. I’ve tried VERY hard to get A’s but I never do. I had to retake Gen chem I because I got a C- , but on the retake I got an A. I had to withdraw from Gen chem II but when I retook it I got an A. I, unfortunately, had to withdraw from physics this past fall as well and I know that’s terrible! I’m a URM, Nigerian American female and I understand that URM status might help a little, but I’m afraid I would be wasting money applying to medical school when I don’t have a chance. I am open to DO schools and I do definitely plan on applying to Morehouse, Meharry, and Howard as well. I’m in OCHEM right now and I completely bombed my first exam and idk if I will withdraw or not. What do you guys think I should do? Becoming a physician has always been my dream, but I’m not the best at science, so I’m afraid I’ll never achieve my goal. Should I apply or just quit? Thanks!