Hi, My first year GPA was 2.8 (mainly due to laziness and procrastinating). If I get a perfect GPA the next 3 years, my cumulative GPA would only be 3.7 (I know I am capable of getting A+ s because I've done it this term.). Should I quit, seeing as how a lot cutoffs at Canadian medical schools are around 3.8? I understand the fact that some medical schools take your 2 best years, drop your worst marks, have a weighted average, etc., but is it still worth it, seeing as how there are more than enough applicants with 3.8+ GPAs to fill up all the spots? Is there any point of still trying, knowing there's people who haven't screwed up any years?