I'm doing an informal post-bac at the moment...and slowly filling out my AMCAS. (usual story: horrible undergrad GPA....so i'm retaking some classes and finishing all my science prereqs...) my problem is General Chemistry....the bane of my existence. i took part 1 in '99...got a D, i retook in post-bac this Spring '06 and got a B. i took Gen Chem 2 during undergrad...got an F....just retook it and got a C! I'm horrified, honestly thought I got a B. not sure what to do now? retake it again? leave as is? My trend was great (academic probation to consecutive Dean's List)...but I feel like this C would make the adcoms that might have overlooked a crappy undergrad experience leery about me all over again.... in undergrad i was in one of those accelerated medical programs, but was one of the kids that didnt make it all the way through (dropped because i didnt maintain a 3.8...my undergrad is littered with C, D, and F's)....i did go back and speak with the director of admissions at the medical school, who told me to retake anything i had C or below and apply. so should I retake this class (that i already retook)? (i have straight A's through the rest of my post-bac....Organic Chemistry, Physics, etc...just had two B's...from Gen Chem 1 and Genetics)....also...dont know if it makes a difference, but all of my post-bac classes are from a State University...with the exception of these Gen. Chems which are at a community college.... ideas, suggestions? i'm freaking out, because i felt i had a glimmer being a post-baccer...but now i feel that i've just ruined any fighting chance i had.