Hey peeps, So I finished MS1...sort of. I got a 'Marginal Pass' in Gross Anatomy. This means that I have to take the remediation exam in it on Tuesday. I've been studying for about a month but still don't feel confident that I'll pass I'd say at this point it's about a 50/50 chance. Since the test is on Tuesday, and I've been studying for a month, been all the way through the body, etc. I'm pretty much at the point of 'que sera sera'. I'll look at some weak points tomorrow but I feel that I've done pretty much all I can do. I'm just not good at anatomy I guess, no matter how much I study. If I do NOT pass this test, the policy at my school is that you re-take all MS1 classes that you did not high-pass or honor, putting you a year behind (although for me this would only include anatomy, histology, and neuro). Also, I would imagine that it will severly impair my options upon graduation. With this in mind, I posit the question to the masses: IF you were me, AND you failed this stupid test, would you stay on for another MS1 year with half the classes? Or would you just take your marbles and go home? I'm inclined to the latter, but I'm wondering what others think, espescially if you've been in this situation or know someone who has.