I graduated high school in 2014. And went ECU with a bs biochemistry major. I did alright first semester. Bombed second semester and was on academic probation then fall of 2015 retook 3 classes and a couple of more and bombed and got academically suspended. At the time I was interested in med school. And during the semesters I did I had some pretty serious family issues. (Not that that's an excuse or matters ). So my gpa overall was a 1.6 I then went to a community college for the semester and took my general,chem 1 there I wen track to ecu for second summer session and took my general chem 2 got a c+ 79. Due to my improvement in grades I am allowed to come back to ecu full time. I brought my gpa up but not by much since it was only. 2 classes. I still have those ongoing family and financial issues and because of that financially it would be in my best interest to transfer to UNCC. The problem is even though I did terrible bad those two semesters at ECU I can still graduation time in 2018 with a bs in biochemistry. However UNCC requires 5 more chemist try's then ECU so I would have to do an extra year in order to graduate with my bs. Unless I do a ba in chemistry then I can graduate in 2018 as planned. I know at this point in order to have a shot at med school I'm. Going to have to do a post bacc and get a killer mcat. If I transfer even if I get straight A's I know med school takes the average of all my schools and either way my gpa would average out 2.7-3.0 no matter what. If I go back to ecu I can bring my gpa up to maybe a 3.2 if I get mostly A's and a couple B's. ( I start organic this fall). I need to know if I transfer to UNCC am I putting myself in a way worse chance of getting into med school and should I do ba or bs. Or should I stay at ECU. Please help I have 3 days before I have to let which school know and decide.