ok so i could use some insight from all of you out there...i didnt do too hot my first 2 years of undergrad...i pretty much maintained a 3.0. my 3rd year...i figured out i cant get anywhere if i dont pick it up so i busted my hump..pulled straight A's for the most part..and pulled up to a 3.36. Now I'm going into my 4th year...and i calculated..if i pull straight A's throughout..i can get up to a 3.5 or so...so give or take a B or so...im going be between high 3.4's and low 3.5's. My question is....will schools look at progression and take into consideration that I got pretty much straight A's my last 2 years...or do they just look at overall and dont even care when, where, or how? Also, i did have a D in bio from my 2nd year...but i replaced it with an A come my 3rd year. my undergrad GPA from my school jumped a lot because they replaced the D....will AADSAS disregard the D when calculating GPA? or will it include both of those? I haven't applied yet so I don't exactly know how it works...when it asks you to report your course work and grades, do you have to include both the D and the A and have them be averaged into your total GPA?