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I am in my freshmen year of college at the College Of Staten Island In New York City. I withdrew my grades for the 1st semester because I was sick during part of it. Now I am in the 2nd semester and I am doing well. I don't have a GPA yet. I am looking to transfer to st. Johns University in Queens New york for next year. I intend on doing biology next year. Right Now I am doing electives. What are my chances of getting into say NYU school of medicine or a top medical school . Can I condense premed into 3 years?
 

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If you condense your premed years into 3 instead of the traditional 4 years, you will lose time to do ECs. You need to do ECs to get into a medical school. Also, you will lose the college experience. I would not recommend you doing it.